August 07, 2009
`Pain Ray' First Commercial Sale LoomsThe military isn't about to deploy its pain ray to the battlefield. But someone in the commercial sector is about to one. We don't know who. The sale is mentioned in a presentation by Raytheon, who built the microwave weapon for the Defense Department. The so-called “Active Denial System” works by heating the outer surface of the target’s skin using millimeter waves — short wavelength microwaves. The effect is painful, but generally harmless, and forces the target to get out of the beam. Recently, it’s been proposed as a possible defense against pirates; last month, Raytheon gave a presentation on Active Denial at a NATO workshop on anti-pirate equipment and technologies.
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