M-Code

M-Code

(language)
1. Intermediate language produced by some Modula-2 compilers.

2. The intermediate language for an SECD-like machine, used by the Concert implementation of MultiLISP.
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Raytheon demonstrated the benefits of OCX in providing new high-power, jam-resistant military signal known as M-Code, as well as the system's unprecedented cyber automation, detection and response capabilities.
M-code, as the signal is called, has a higher tolerance for jamming, but is not invulnerable.
The purpose of the visit was to provide commanders information briefs with regard to PNT threat, PNT Assurance, and GPS M-Code migration.
Today the M-code (Military-code) is also being used by US forces.
The next generation GPS IIIA satellites will deliver significant improvements over current GPS space vehicles, including a new international civil signal (L1C) and increased M-Code anti-jam power with full earth coverage for military users.
The first block of the new generation satellites, known as GPS IIIA, will deliver significant enhancements over current GPS space vehicles, including a new international civil signal (L1C), and increased M-Code anti-jam power with full earth coverage for military users.
Development and testing is performed in the GPS Central Engineering Activity Lab using a newly developed M-code software defined receiver, inertial navigation system (INS) equipment and atomic clocks.
The M-code Receiver Card Ready for Production slipped from January 2009 to May 2011.
001 degrees is fully programmable and contouring selected by M-code.
American and European Union (EU) negotiators have struck a deal over the frequency that will be used by the Galileo system, following three years of talks bedevilled by problems over its potential interference with the US's planned M-code military signal.
This eliminates the converting of a CAD design to G-code or M-code instruction for machine operation.