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Barrage jamming

Barrage jamming: Jamming accomplished by transmitting a band of frequencies that is large with respect to the bandwidth of a single emitter.

Note: Barrage jamming may be accomplished by presetting multiple jammers on adjacent frequencies or by using a single wideband[?] transmitter. Barrage jamming makes it possible to jam emitters on different frequencies simultaneously and reduces the need for operator assistance or complex control equipment. These advantages are gained at the expense of reduced jamming power at any given frequency.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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