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jamming

mod. excellent. This music is really jamming.
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Active jamming, achieved by various transmitters--radar jammers, with various signal modulation and patterns
There are various jamming techniques that can be used against DSSS signals, including stand-in and pulse jamming.
Barrage jamming finds use in operations against frequency-agile transmitters or simultaneous jamming of several transmitters.
In this case, burn-through range means the effective range of the communications link in the presence of a specific jamming application [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
With spot jamming, a receiver is used to identify the signal to be jammed and to tune the jamming generator to the correct frequency.
The EA-6B Prowler provides an umbrella of protection for strike aircraft, ground troops and ships by jamming enemy radar, electronic data links and communications.
The program leverages CeLight's VectorWAVE technology to thwart malicious jamming and eavesdropping of optical links used for secure communications.
OTCBB: SITG) today announced the launch of its new product, the Stadium Frequency Spectrum Jamming System (SJ 5000).
Since the company's inception in 1986, Mayflower has developed and patented advanced GPS anti-jam technologies and products, such as adaptive temporal filter (ATF), adaptive spatial filter (ASF) and combined adaptive spatial-temporal filter (ASTF) to mitigate both narrowband and wideband GPS jamming threats.