Regulating the Airspace
As most everyone knows, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) controls the airspace where drones fly along with all the other aircraft. Small unmanned aircraft rules (Part 107) have been rolled out in June 2016 which provides operational limitations for commercial and recreational operators. The vast majority of these drone operators comply with the FAA rules and operate the small drones safely. However, some small drone operators are operating their drones in violation of the rules, and often times endangering other aircraft, or people & property.
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) regulates the electronic bandwidth that drone operators use to control and navigate their drones and downlink the video. Several frequencies have been allotted to for this purpose. The Dronebuster has the ability to jam these frequencies, which commands the drone to land or go home. The FCC however, only allows Federal agencies to use jammers across the electronic spectrum in the U.S. Regulations allowing State and local law enforcement agencies to use jamming devices is still pending.