techniques provide methods for preventing an enemy
(a) Site selection, radiated power, and antenna selection are the
most important considerations in radio system installation.
(b) Radio operator
preventive ECCM techniques.
Reducing the effects of enemy jamming.
Denying the enemy information about your location.
radio operator's skill and expertise affect the ability to protect
transmissions and provide effective ECCM.
c. Single-channel radio procedures that help defeat enemy EW efforts
are specific operator procedures and actions based on the means of
d. Radiotelegraph is the most reliable means for sending information.
It is also the easiest to detect. It has little defense against enemy ECM.
It also has little defense against message exploitation unless a security
device is used.
troposcatter, and satellite relay.
cause operators to violate basic COMSEC practices.
signals can be intercepted by enemy sensors.
(2) Do not use the nonsecure orderwire to discuss classified matters.
Use it only for systems and circuit alignment.
Designate a separate
engineering channel for operators.