COMINT


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COMINT

(COMmunications INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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Because the communications emitters in the COMINT band generally have a vertical polarization and the radars in the ELINT band operate with both vertical and horizontal polarization [8], a blade antenna for the COMINT band and spiral for the ELINT band are preferred and generally used in the system.
Details regarding the precise equipment fit of these three aircraft are sparse, although they are reportedly furnished with IAI ELTA Systems division's mission fit thought to comprise ELINT and COMINT systems.
Back in the US, a dedicated COMINT reconnaissance aircraft was initially discussed in October 1944.
Airmen of the US Air Force Security Service (USAFSS) created a system to deliver airborne COMINT directly to the cockpits of fighters and bombers, supplying them with unprecedented situational awareness.
(54) The Pacific Fleet COMINT summary reported that the carriers were relatively "inactive" and had been in home waters from 13 to 15 November.
As was mentioned earlier, the system also has the capability of providing extended roles, such as electronic intelligence (ELINT), communications intelligence (COMINT) and signal intelligence (SIGINT).
As I said, however, before late 1969, the USARV and Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV) commanders steadfastly refused to believe there was a real communication intelligence (COMINT) threat.
As I said, however, before late 1969, the USARV and Military Assistance Command Vietnam commanders steadfastly refused to believe there was a real COMINT threat.
ECHELON is a code word that has been used to refer to the worldwide effort on the part of the United States and its allies to intercept communications intelligence (COMINT).(2) ECHELON is believed to be a joint initiative led by the National Security Agency in conjunction with its counterparts in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Current state of electronic surveillance.Drawn up by Duncan Campbell, the first of the four reports examines the current state of electronic surveillance via Communications Intelligence (COMINT) a concept that can be defined as a large-scale industrial activity permitting the interception of electronic communications.
The Center for the Study of Popular Culture, run by ex-leftist David Horowitz, got $3.3 million as it published Comint, a magazine that policed the Public Broadcasting System for suspect political views.