electronic interference

electronic interference

[i‚lek′trän·ik ‚int·ər·′fir·əns]
(electronics)
Any electrical or electromagnetic disturbance that causes undesirable response in electronic equipment.
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Nuclear weapons are on hair trigger alert; there are close on to 2,000 weapons on six-minute warning time, which could be subject to cyber attacks and stealthy electronic interference, that could trigger a premature launch.
Nuclear weapons are on hair trigger alert; there are close on to 2,000 weapons on six-minute warning time, which could be subject to cyberattacks and stealthy electronic interference, that could trigger a premature launch.
It also has a good jamming-resistant capacity that keeps the plane away from enemy's electronic interference.'
It also has a good jamming-resistant capacity that keeps the plane away from enemy's electronic interference."The KLJ-7A radar can be mounted on light or medium-weight fighter jets.
On the other hand, the fundamental problem of the traditional electronic stethoscopes is its susceptibility to electronic interference by other devices causes distortion of the device output signal which affects the correct diagnosis.
It is a global problem exacerbated after American accusations of Russian electronic interference to influence voters in the last presidential election.
"Normally, we have multiple ways to make a UAV crash, including shooting it down or using electronic interference to misguide it.
Firstly, the image of radar detection range under terrain masking and electronic interference is binarized [22].
EMI suppression filters are a critical component in implantable medical devices because they provide effective, reliable, cost effective protection from external electronic interference that can degrade device performance.
EMI suppression filters are a critical component for implantable medical devices because they provide effective, reliable, cost effective protection from external electronic interference that can degrade device performance.
But with increasing use of electronic voting and the trend towards connected systems, Erlin pointed out that electronic interference in elections is a possibility.

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