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protected frequencies Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term protected frequencies .

protected frequencies Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term protected frequencies .

protected frequencies



Those friendly frequencies used for a particular operation, identified and protected to prevent them from being inadvertently jammed by friendly forces while active electronic warfare operations are directed against hostile forces. These frequencies are of such critical importance that jamming should be restricted unless absolutely necessary or until coordination with the using unit is made. They are generally time-oriented, may change with the tactical situation, and must be updated periodically. See also electronic warfare. (JP 3-51) (US DoD)
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