intercept signals

intercept signals

A set of signals exchanged between interceptor(s) and intercepted aircraft when there is no radio communication between them. The signals and their meaning are as shown in the illustration (see page 370).
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The frequencies in a given cell site become crowded, increasing interference and cross-talk as cell phones inadvertently intercept signals on nearby frequencies.
This new technology will change the way that people use electronics in the future - and with all of those wireless signals floating around, it could give opportunities for identity thieves to intercept signals and extract sensitive information.
New York, NY) is supplying the US Army with communications jammers for use in Iraq, and Thales last year introduced a product called the Flexible Light Electronic Attack System, which can be used to counter communications signals of various frequencies, as well as intercept signals for the purpose of surveillance.