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sweep jamming
Jamming in which (a) a narrow frequency band of jamming energy is repeatedly swept over a relatively wide frequency band, (b) the sweep rate is such as to be on any given frequency only long enough to accomplish its jamming task, returning to that frequency again before the expiration of the jammed circuit recovery time. Note 1: Sweep jamming combines the advantages of both spot- and barrage-jamming by rapid electronic sweeping of a narrow band of jamming signals over a broad frequency spectrum. Note 2: The disadvantage of sweep-jamming is its high susceptibility to electronic counter-countermeasures. [From Weik '89]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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