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electronic intelligence

Technical and geolocation intelligence derived from foreign non-communications electromagnetic radiations emanating from other than nuclear detonations or radioactive sources. Also called ELINT. See also electronic warfare; foreign instrumentation signals intelligence; intelligence; signals intelligence.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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"International Report" can confirm that this aircraft will be fitted with an "upgraded" variant of Elta's L-8300 SIGINT suite which in baseline form comprises the 0.5- to 18-GHz L-8312A electronic intelligence (ELINT), the 20-to 500-MHz K-7032 communications intelligence (COMINT) and the L-8350 command and analysis subsystems.
The US Army has ordered five new Guardrail electronic intelligence (ELINT) aircraft from Beech Aircraft Corp.
This month we look at electronic intelligence (ELINT), communication intelligence (COMINT) and electronic support measures (ESM) receivers.
The Navy will use the submarine's sophisticated covert electronic intelligence gathering equipment to safeguard British and international shipping.
The introduction outlines very briefly the development of airborne reconnaissance and defines some terms commonly known as the INTs (e.g., Signals Intelligence, SIGINT; Electronic Intelligence, ELINT; and so on).
KRA plans to implement an electronic Intelligence Gathering System in the next three months.
Consumers have quickly become accustomed to some level of electronic intelligence.
* ISRO launches electronic intelligence satellite EMISAT and 28 other nano satellites.

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