barrage jamming


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barrage jamming

[bə′räzh ‚jam·iŋ]
(communications)
The simultaneous jamming of a number of radio or radar bands of frequencies.
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barrage jamming

Simultaneous electromagnetic jamming over a broad band of frequencies.
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Operating in the 20 to 2500 MHz band the Garant is a wide-band barrage jamming system with a total output power of 230 W and a radio suppression distance of 75 to 5000 metres, depending on the parameters of the suppressed link.
Barrage jamming is most effective when operating against frequency-agile transmitters or simultaneously jamming several transmitters, but the ability to generate high power over a wide band of frequencies comes at a high price in terms of cost, weight, and size.
When barrage jamming is used, an automatic switching between hopping frequency plan and free frequency is offered to minimize bit error rates over free channels.
Barrage jamming finds use in operations against frequency-agile transmitters or simultaneous jamming of several transmitters.