- Author:Douglas Richardson
- Publisher:Arco Pub (November 1, 1985)
- Pages:151 pages
- FB2 format1179 kb
- ePUB format1225 kb
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An Illustrated Guide to Spy Planes and Electronic Warfare Aircraft. Techniques for inserting false information into enemy radar and fire-control systems (deception jamming, camouflage, smoke) are presented, as well as methods of foiling enemy communications.
An Illustrated Guide to Spy Planes and Electronic Warfare Aircraft. The various types of noise jamming are presented: spot jamming, barrage jamming, and sweep jamming. Ways of protecting one's own electronic systems are discussed, such as frequency agility, but not data encryption.
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Richardson D. London: Salamander Books, 1985. 151 p. - ISBN: 0861012658. Few forms of military activity are more closely guarded than the world of electronic warfare
Richardson D. Few forms of military activity are more closely guarded than the world of electronic warfare. As far as most companies and users are concerned, the less there appears in print on this subject, the better. Like the worlds of espionage, nuclear weaponry and elite forces, "black-box warfare" rarely escapes from an all-enveloping shroud of secrecy