SIGINT


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SIGINT

(Signals INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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His presentation will be on 'Sat Phone SIGINT - From FlyingFish(TM) to Amber', covering:
Integrated SIGINT and EW formations at corps and division will prove the capability to compete in the electromagnetic spectrum.
However, the II-20M is not the only SIGINT platform currently performing operations in the Middle East.
For historians and anyone wishing to assess NSA's effectiveness as the world's most powerful SIGINT collector and analyst, the knowledge gap has been yawning.
Also, this collaboration will also explore ways to advance signal processing algorithms and airborne SIGINT capabilities that quickly adapt to current and emerging missions and threats across the globe.
Previously in 1958, the Navy had modified eleven of 57-143184's WV-2 brethren for the SIGINT role and designated the new machines EC-121Ms.
M/A-COM SIGINT Products, Hunt Valley, MD (410) 329-7906, www.macom.com/sigint.
But James Fenimore Cooper's Natty Bumpo didn't have the kind of eyes and ears that a modern warfighter's signals-intelligence (SIGINT) equipment offers.
This has proven to be erroneous; neither Echelon nor the signals intelligence (SIGINT) system of which it is part, can do this.
Signals intelligence (SIGINT) is seldom covered in historical texts, which makes McKay and Beckman's first authoritative account of Sweden's SIGINT both valuable and unique.