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emission control

The selective and controlled use of electromagnetic, acoustic, or other emitters to optimize command and control capabilities while minimizing, for operations security: a. detection by enemy sensors; b. mutual interference among friendly systems; and/or c. enemy interference with the ability to execute a military deception plan. Also called EMCON. See also electronic warfare.
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Johnson (mechanical engineering, Michigan Technological University) collects work on the development of emission control systems that meet 2004-2009 EPA standards for light-duty vehicles.
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