electronic jamming


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electronic jamming

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′jam·iŋ]
(electronics)

electronic jamming

The deliberate radiation, re-radiation, or reflection of electromagnetic signals to degrade the enemy's electronic sensor and to impair their use. Noise and deception jamming besides chaff are the two of the forms of electronic jamming, and electronic jamming is a form of electronic warfare. See electronic warfare.
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Northrop Grumman is offering its Freedom 240 for CREW MEU (SOC) that provides precision electronic jamming of a wide range of IEDs and is designed to create a protective barrier around a Marine ground combat team and their equipment while minimizing disruption to friendly communications systems.
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Speaking to Fars then, the lieutenant commander of the Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base, Colonel Moharram Qolizadeh, pointed to the key role of electronic jamming systems in winning electronic warfare, and said Iran was seeking to go one more step to deceive and deflect incoming missiles.
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Electronic combat includes a group of measures and procedures taken for electronic surveillance, electronic jamming and deception of enemy's systems and provision of electronic protection of own electronic systems, equipment and facilities.
These should be easily neutralized by Israeli electronic jamming aircraft.
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But despite a warning from the coroner at the inquest into his death, vehicles were still not being fitted with the electronic jamming devices needed to counter the threat of roadside bombs.
But despite a coroner's warning at the inquest into his death, trucks are still not fitted with electronic jamming devices needed to counter roadside bombs.
Peter Horrocks said audiences in Iran, the Middle East and Europe could be affected by the electronic jamming of satellites used to broadcast the BBC Persian TV signal to Iran.

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