selective jamming


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selective jamming

[si′lek·tiv ′jam·iŋ]
(electronics)
Jamming in which only a single radio channel is jammed.

selective jamming

Jamming on a single frequency. Unlike a spot jammer, a number of frequencies can be selected, but only one frequency is jammed at a time.
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The options range from intercepting and decyphering the messages (Comint), inserting fake messages in the traffic (deception), selective jamming or even calling down artillery fire to destroy selected transmitters.

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