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susceptibility threshold
1. The amount of undesired signal power required at the input terminals of a receiver to cause barely perceptible interference at the receiver output terminals. 2. In cryptology, the level above which a system has the ability to continue to process critical applications in spite of the fact that it has suffered disruptive or damaging effects (such as contamination with dust, an earthquake, a bomb, etc.) [INFOSEC, 1994]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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