Destructive Spectral Resonance Mobile Emitter

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Destructive Spectral Resonance Mobile Emitter

(DEW) radial identification ingress receptor/mimics resonant signal of targets within radial identification sphere/establish 1~1 signal/deconstructing all paired target signals. Hand Key controller.

• repel human flesh
• melt metals and elements
• destroy DNA
• blind permanently
• hold
• Denial field generation
• Induced paralysis
• rotate
• throw
• crush
• Conductive burst
• explode
• implode
• pierce,
• mangle,
• distort brain signal waves
• obliterate
• electronic warfare
• terrestrial warfare
• cyber warfare
• astronomical warfare
• Directed-energy weapons can be used discreetly; radiation does not generate sound and is invisible if outside the visible spectrum.
• Light is, for practical purposes, unaffected by gravity, windage and Coriolis force, giving it an almost perfectly flat trajectory. This makes aiming much more precise and extends the range to line-of-sight, limited only by beam diffraction and spread (which dilute the power and weaken the effect), and absorption or scattering by intervening atmospheric contents.
• Lasers travel at light-speed and have long range, making them suitable for use in space warfare.
• Laser weapons potentially eliminate many logistical problems in terms of ammunition supply, as long as there is enough energy to power them.
• Depending on several operational factors, directed-energy weapons may be cheaper to operate than conventional weapons in certain contexts.
• Particle-Beam, the beam emitted may contain 1+ gigajoule of kinetic energy. The speed of a beam approaching that of light (299,792,458 m/s in a vacuum) in combination with the energy created by the weapon would negate any realistic defense. Target hardening through shielding or materials selection would be impractical or ineffective since the beam could sustain full power and precise focus on the target.