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Among the agreements, there was one signed with the Portuguese EID, part of the UK-based independent technology group Cohort, to supply an internal communication system, and another deal with the Bulgarian company, Samel-90, to supply and develop electronic jamming stations in Egypt.
The minister was briefed on samples of the large quantities of equipment and weapons handed over by terrorists which included tanks, armored vehicles, some equipped with heavy and medium machine guns, communications devices and advanced US and Western made jamming stations as well as various guns, rockets, shells and ammunition.
This publication serves as a guide to the world of Chinese shortwave broadcast jamming and helps the reader learn about Firedrake and some of China's other shortwave jamming stations.
Nevertheless, the authorities were fighting a losing battle: although jamming stations were erected throughout the 1950s all over the Soviet Union, all kinds of ad hoc measures were needed to cover lacunae.