radio countermeasures


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radio countermeasures

[′rād·ē·ō ′kau̇nt·ər‚mezh·ərz]
(electronics)
Electrical or other techniques depriving the enemy of the benefits which would ordinarily accrue to him through the use of any technique employing the radiation of radio waves; it includes benefits derived from radar and intercept services.
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