radio countermeasures


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radio countermeasures

[′rād·ē·ō ′kau̇nt·ər‚mezh·ərz]
(electronics)
Electrical or other techniques depriving the enemy of the benefits which would ordinarily accrue to him through the use of any technique employing the radiation of radio waves; it includes benefits derived from radar and intercept services.
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It is a substantial article on a fascinating World War II topic, that of radio countermeasures against the Japanese in the Southwest Pacific Area.
The first moves to form an organization in the US devoted solely to the development of radio countermeasures came from the Navy on December 11, 1941, just four days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The second independent squadron was the 36th BS, specializing in radio countermeasures. The 36th started with a detachment of US.

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