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JJaeger Notation (ophthalmology; size of type used in testing vision)
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An organized radar jamming affects in fact all the performances of a radar, as well as accuracy and reliability of data display.
Thus, if a narrow-bandwidth jamming signal is applied to the DSSS demodulator, the spectrum of that signal will be spread in the same way the desired signal was spread in the transmitter.
The object of noise jamming is to introduce a disturbing signal into hostile electronic equipment so that the actual signal is obscured.
Burn-through range is defined in terms of radar jamming but can also be applied to communications jamming.
Although it isn't unusual to find Hollywood superstars donning a pair of quad skates and jamming to the beat of hip music, using the form of skating referred to as jam skating is a deliberate trend.
The object of noise jamming is to introduce a disturbing signal into the hostile electronic equipment so that the actual signal is obscured by the interference.