antijam


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antijam

(ˌæntɪˈdʒæm) or

antijamming

adj
electronics acting to prevent jamming in mechanical systems or communications devices
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6) There is also an antijam Have Quick capability as well as the ability to passively monitor the guard frequency.
Furthermore, simple logic would tell us that, if it is known that an attack on our strategic antijam main asset, AEHF, is tantamount to an act of war, extending the use of that same asset to provide secure coverage for both tactical and strategic forces would make the tactical support more secure simply by being on the same strategic asset.
In an indirect response, Thales Avionics in France produces the Topshield antijam solution for helicopters.
Compared to earlier analogue technology, it provides significantly more GPS antijam protection against complex jamming scenarios and has been modified for an extended mean time between failures.
SMART-T--Secure Mobile Antijam Reliable Tactical Terminal
Everywhere we stopped, our communications sergeant spent a lot of time setting up the single-channel antijam man-portable (SCAMP) terminal and attempting to establish effective communications, only to learn later that the host network SCAMP terminal was not set up.
Such systems are being considered as part of IMT2000 (third-generation wireless systems), and are also of particular interest for defense applications because of their antijam and low probability of intercept features.
These radios provide antijam, secure communications links for joint task forces and Army aviation missions.
Many future space systems will require satellite-based active antenna arrays at mm-wavelengths to provide rapid beam steering and antijam capability, as well as to provide spatial combining of the outputs of low power, solid-state sources.
For example, next-generation GPS satellites will include better inherent antijam and enhanced civil capabilities.
6) Improved antijam features can counter jamming defenses.