electronic jamming


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Noun1.electronic jamming - deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
ECM, electronic countermeasures - electronic warfare undertaken to prevent or reduce an enemy's effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum
barrage jamming - electronic jamming over a wide range of frequencies simultaneously
selective jamming, spot jamming - electronic jamming of a specific channel or frequency
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Regarding the possible impact of this incident on the further developments of the operation in Syria, I think that from now on, our pilots will be more attentive and if the Turks continue behaving in such a manner, Russia will have to resort to electronic jamming and other warfare equipment, including special aircraft with special equipment on board, in order to protect our pilots from being stricken with missiles," Buzhinsky said.
Spacecraft survivability, like aircraft survivability, will depend upon a system-of-systems approach that incorporates suppression operations as well as self-protection electronic jamming and possibly stealth technology to defeat counterspace systems at the point of engagement.
The increase in net sales for Q3 FY2008 resulted from an increase in net sales of high performance power amplifiers, as well as an increase in net sales of components used in electronic jamming systems, and from the net sales associated with MICA.
Traveling wave tubes (TWTs) are high powered microwave transmitting tubes -- the heart of the electronic jamming system found on fighter aircraft.
The stealths and the Navy jets will be part of a growing air armada that also could include scores of American fighters, bombers and electronic jamming aircraft already in the area enforcing Operation Southern Watch, the allies' no-fly zone over southern Iraq.
Northrop Grumman is offering its Freedom 240 system, which provides electronic jamming of a wide range of IEDs, according to the company.
Because the US provided much of the Nato equipment needed for a major mission, such as heavy lifting aircraft and electronic jamming equipment, Washington would be able to block EU action, he confirmed.
The most likely strike craft used will have been Navy aircraft from carriers, including F18s, electronic jamming craft to knock out radar signals on the ground, and the F15e which can carry GBU-28 bombs, capable of going underground.
The new Block 1A configuration includes a precision accuracy kit that uses a third-generation GPS receiver, advanced navigation software, and a GPS anti-jam system for a significant increase in immunity to electronic jamming.
Listing another Israeli option, Olmert raised the possibility of using troops and electronic jamming to isolate Arafat, 74, at his HQ where he has effectively been imprisoned for months.
She wrote an article on electronic jamming aircraft, which is featured this month.
A full electronic warfare range allowed the Yellow Jackets and the Wizards to bring their electronic jamming to the fight.

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