electronic jamming


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deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems

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BAE Systems developed a unique system that offers operational immunity against electronic jamming and disruptions to maintain precise and reliable GPS operation, even in multiple jamming environments.
The missing kit - an electronic jamming device in his vehicle - would have stopped the bomb that killed him from exploding.
The part of the Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare, or JCREW program is the Navy developed electronic jamming system, with Northrop Grumman Information Systems as its prime contractor.
The E-3A is used primarily by the United States and NATO to detect impending danger and perform electronic jamming functions.
is part of a Northrop Grumman team that was selected to develop an electronic jamming device.
Back then he and his crewmates flew over Denver on simulated bombing runs, practicing electronic jamming of "enemy" radar and honing navigational skills.
Marine Corps has selected Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) to provide electronic jamming backpack systems to counter the threat of roadside improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
As Tyler Hicks, Noah Sneider and I walked and drove among these remolded Russian units, I snapped images using my iPhone that showed details of a force in the midst of an upgrade -- encrypted tactical radios in the hands of low-level troops, new or specialized firearms, and state-of-the-art electronic jamming equipment being transported along the Crimean roads.
This means the German Armed Forces are bringing their own capabilities for combating electronic jamming attacks in line with the increasing capabilities offered by new technologies.
operations and are vulnerable to adversary capabilities with a low barrier to entry such as computer network attack and electronic jamming.
A battery of Buk-M3 missiles can track and engage up to 36 targets simultaneously, while its advanced 9R31M missile is capable of knocking down all existing flying objects, including highly maneuverable ones, even during active electronic jamming.
Practicing electronic jamming is essential to protection during wartime," said Lt.
The Vatican had taken precautions, including electronic jamming devices, to prevent any leaks from inside the conclave.
He also added that the IRGC's electronic warfare systems successfully identified and thwarted the hypothetical enemy's electronic jamming campaign at this phase of the wargames.
5 kilometers--under any weather conditions, and despite any attempts at electronic jamming.
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