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jammer

[′jam·ər]
(electronics)
A transmitter used in jamming of radio or radar transmissions. Also known as electronic jammer.

jammer

A high-powered emitter that is an electronic warfare device used to jam specific frequencies.
Those jammers that jam by sheer power are known as noise jammers. A deception jammer, on the other hand, attempts to mislead the enemy by causing a false indication on his or her receiver.
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