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FM 24-33
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Department of the Army
Washington, DC 17 July 1990

FM 24-33

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNIQUES:
ELECTRONIC COUNTER-COUNTERMEASURES

Table of Contents

  1. Preface
  2. Chapter 1 Electronic Counter-Countermeasures in Defense Planning
    1. 1-1. Introduction
    2. 1-2. Radio Electronic Combat
    3. 1-3. Commander's Responsibilities
    4. 1-4. Staff Responsibilities
    5. 1-5. Planning Categories
    6. 1-6. Electronic Counter-Countermeasures and Signal Security
    7. 1-7. Emission Control
  3. Chapter 2 Preventive Electronic Counter-Countermeasures Techniques

    1. 2-1. Introduction
    2. 2-2. Minimal Transmissions
    3. 2-3. Transmission Protection
    4. 2-4. Radiotelephone Operator Procedures
    5. 2-5. Equipment and Communications Enhancements

  4. Chapter 3 Remedial Electronic Counter-Countermeasures Techniques


    1. 3-1. Introduction
    2. 3-2. Types of Jamming Signals
    3. 3-3. Recognizing Jamming
    4. 3-4. Overcoming Jamming
  5. Chapter 4 Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference Reporting

    1. 4-1. Introduction
    2. 4-2. Terms
    3. 4-3. MIJIFEEDER Voice Template
    4. 4-4. MIJIFEEDER Record Message Report
    5. 4-5. Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference SecurityClassification Guide

  6. Appendix A Entry List 11 Location

  7. Appendix B Entry List 97 Organization Type

  8. Appendix C Entry List 98 Echelon Level

  9. Appendix D Implementing Electronic Counter-Countermeasures for Radio Systems

  10. Glossary

  11. References

  12. Index



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