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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Initially, there was no call for electronic jamming, and we did not want to give the Japanese advance warning of what was in store.
According to the Arabic-language website of Sputnik news agency, Sayyad 3 is the latest model of Syria's home-made electronic jamming systems which are used for downing the terrorists' drones.
The multi-frequency jammer systems based on DRFM technology (DRFM = Digital Radio Frequency Memory) simulate electronic jamming attacks, with the help of which, for example, processes can be developed to protect aircraft from radar-guided missile attacks.
The missing kit - an electronic jamming device in his vehicle - would have stopped the bomb that killed him from exploding.
In testimony before the US Senate Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, the Association of Old Crows (AOC) called for increased funding for enhancing the protections provided by electronic jamming equipment.
It also could, one day, deploy directed energy weapons and conduct electronic jamming missions.
It has some stealth technology, including electronic jamming equipment and a body shape designed to minimise its size on a radar screen.
They use electronic jamming to disrupt enemy communications - primarily in support of air missions.
BAE Systems developed a unique system that offers operational immunity against electronic jamming and disruptions to maintain precise and reliable GPS operation, even in multiple jamming environments.
On Monday, the Iraqi army blasted the US for troubling its Mosul liberation operation through electronic jamming to disrupt the communication among various army units.
The part of the Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare, or JCREW program is the Navy developed electronic jamming system, with Northrop Grumman Information Systems as its prime contractor.
A full electronic warfare range allowed the Yellow Jackets and the Wizards to bring their electronic jamming to the fight.

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