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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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increased time and space complexity (because as it is mentioned, all the neighbor node's data have to be collected, stored and processed to make decision), and ii).Presence of jamming is not detected precisely if the node has no neighbor.
They asked why the weathermen didn't cite jamming right after the storm hit.
Considered efficient of jamming power, usually, the jammer is working in sample storage, or in repeating jamming.
"There needs to be a permanent solution to this jamming problem," said Sehnaoui, adding that contacts are ongoing with the administration of Arabsat to assign a new frequency for their transmission in Lebanon.
The underlying algorithms in the jamming software have to assimilate this data and construct a map of the threats, prioritising them in a split second.
'Ang suspetsa ko nasagap ng mga US Navy ships yung jamming signals.
Firstly, we apply the ratio of jamming and signal (JSR) to describe the power suppression benefit which represents the suppressing effect to defender [R.sub.j](j =1,2,.., n) from attacker [u.sub.i] (i = 1,2,.., m).
When the main-lobe jamming is suppressed, the proposed method does not form nulling in the main-lobe jamming direction, so that the beam direction will not be offset due to the main-lobe antijamming.
* Passive jamming, achieved by increasing or decreasing of reflection of radar transmitting signal from artificial or natural objects on land, sea surface or in air.
The changes' timing and context convinced the researchers that the attacking fish was jamming the other's signals.
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.
It gives an advantage to the enemy, an advantage we don't want them to have." Administration spokesman An Fleischer informed the press that aid to Iraq included equipment provided by "a Russian company that produces GPS [Global Positioning System] jamming equipment," which would block satellite signals used to direct precision-guided bombs and missiles, and to coordinate troop movements.