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A Study of Procedures and Equipment Used for Setting Radar Spot Jammers on Frequency
In order to determine the most effective methods of setting a noise-modulated jamming transmitter to a radar frequency, and the consistency with which an operator can set on frequency well, tests were conducted in the Laboratory using actual jammers (TDY, etc..) with a simulated radar system, at frequencies between 100 and 1000 megacycles. Further information was obtained under operational conditions, using actual radar equipment, at the NRL Chesapeake Bay Annex.
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