jamming, electronic jamming, jam(noun)
deliberate radiation or reflection of electromagnetic energy for the purpose of disrupting enemy use of electronic devices or systems
The act or process of jamming.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
See barrage jamming; electronic attack; electromagnetic jamming; selective jamming; spot jamming.
The numerical value of jamming in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of jamming in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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We're not jamming it down anyone's throats.
We’re not jamming this down anybody’s throat.
The jamming of the cellular signal was an unprecedented contravention of media freedom. All indications are that the jamming of the signal was illegal.
Any of the satellite navigation systems such as Galileo ... are all extremely vulnerable firstly to jamming and increasingly to spoofing, that raises security questions.
Regarding the possible impact ofthis incident onthe further developments ofthe operation inSyria, I think that fromnow on, our pilots will be more attentive and if the Turks continue behaving insuch a manner, Russia will have toresort toelectronic jamming and other warfare equipment, including special aircraft withspecial equipment onboard, inorder toprotect our pilots frombeing stricken withmissiles.
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