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JAM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Jamaica. The code is used for transactions to and from Jamaican bank accounts and for international shipping to Jamaica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Closed mobile phone jammers while the security was on high alert have exposed the tall claim of the jail management regarding security.
Even if the government permits the use of jammers, they would still be hindered by the load-shedding.
He also admitted that the country cannot stop China from putting signal jammers.
Up to now, jammer localization has been widely investigated and a number of localization algorithms have been proposed.
He said that they were not against installation of jammers on the jail's premises but the relevant authorities should to take steps to keep it limited to the jail boundary walls so that it could not affect and disturb the routine lives of residents of areas concerned.
Law et al [6], have suggested four types of energy-efficient jammers for attacking a network following the S-MAC protocol:
"There were 28,800 game jammers across the world last year who dedicated a staggering development time of more than 850,000 hours to the cause and we want to beat that if we can."
We adopted legal recourse and LHC vide its order dated 22 November 2011 permitted use of the jammers on the condition that restrictions imposed by PTA are complied with and the jammers do not adversely affect the communication beyond the limits allowed in PTA's provisional NOC.
In the second half LRT changed their tactics and shifted their more experienced jammers into the pack, meaning on the first jam Tomahawk got through the pack first and managed to score muchneeded points.
The functionality of the jammers, intended to block remote-controlled bombs, has emerged as a crucial detail as the defense teams seek to poke holes in the prosecution's assertion that a suicide bomber was responsible for the attack.
"All companies, whether domestic or foreign, are banned from marketing illegal jammers in the U.S.," said Travis LeBlanc, Acting Chief of the Enforcement Bureau.