I’m an open source software developer and consultant by trade but I’m currently working on behalf of a well-funded group that wishes to develop and prototype a vehicle-mounted RF jammer similar to this… but with some significantly different requirements and applications (more details available after initial contact.)
Our immediate needs are two-fold:
1. Initial consulting — discuss feasibility of our approach, provide solid advice on other approaches we may not have considered. Expert level knowledge of RF jamming technology required.
2. Prototype development — if feasible, they’d like to move directly into prototype development with the end-goal of creating a working model that could be used in a controlled demo.
If this sounds interesting and you’ve got the right skill set please apply online and we will follow up directly. Compensation is generous and will be based on your expectations and experience. We anticipate an hourly rate for initial consulting, followed by a fixed price contract for prototype development (but we’re open to options).
NOTE: If you are not a maker/prototype builder but can provide expertise and guide us through a prototype phase that would be fine.
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