noise-modulated jamming

noise-modulated jamming

[′nȯiz ¦mäj·ə¦lād·əd ′jam·iŋ]
(electronics)
Random electronic noise that appears at the radar receiver as background noise and tends to mask the desired radar echo or radio signal.
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