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electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM)

That division of electronic warfare involving actions taken to ensure friendly, effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum despite the enemy's use of electronic warfare (EW). Also called ECCM.
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Following this procedure, by substituting this relation in ECCM equation for ILSS while it is equal to I[Lss.sub.max], relation for predicting the total allowed temperature variation can be developed.
Then under different JSR, assume that the peakvalue of the compression result after executing the ECCM scheme proposed above is the target and make the Monte-Carlo simulation 1000 times in every SNR.
Later the ChiComs claimed that they had used the Red Flag missiles with the newly developed ECCM that overcame the System l3A jammer.
By coupling the location capabilities (GPS or EAST beacon) and the ECCM communications capability of the radio (SINCGARS or HAVE QUICK-IIII ECCM waveforms), and also adding the self contained COMSEC capability, use of the AN/ PRC-148 makes secure ground-to-air communications, SAR operations, and geo-location easy for us and very hard for our enemy to exploit.
ECCM protection is also standard, as is an embedded GPS receiver.
The main difference was the introduction of a more powerful digital processor that slightly improved the range (to 90 km) and provided more advanced ECCM capabilities.
Encryption: NSA-certified Type 1, N1elp yocoder, serial-tone ECCM, coalition Citadel
The study of the instability zone, European Conference on Computational Mechanics ECCM '99, Germany, Munchen, Aug.
The crew did not make any attempt to counter the jamming with any electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM).
Chapter 1 gives the reader an understanding of the electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM) problem in radar systems.