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blanketing

[′blaŋ·kəd·iŋ]
(communications)
Interference due to a nearby transmitter whose signals are so strong that they override other signals over a wide band of frequencies.
(mining engineering)
The material caught on the blankets that are used in concentrating gold-bearing sands or slimes.

blanketing

blanketing
The jammer is blanketing the radar by deception jamming, resulting in false targets appearing on the plan position indicator (PPI).
The suppression, distortion, or gross interference of a desired signal from reception by the presence of an overriding stronger and undesired signal.