a. Remedial ECCM are taken in response to enemy jamming.
techniques reduce the effectiveness of enemy jamming efforts.
b. Transmission protection requires the preoperational selection of
concert with preventive ECCM principles.
processors (SNAP-1) allows efficient jam-free reception. This occurs even
when the operator does not know the location of the jamming or
Signal Security Measures.
ECCM and SIGSEC are closely
SIGSEC's major function is to deny an enemy the ability to exploit
SIGSEC techniques include emission
a. Emission security and control involves preventing an enemy from
b. The type of information sent and how it is sent affect an enemy's
The key is to minimize
d. Common sense measures and adherence to unit operational policies are
the keys to good physical security practices.