Definition of Electronic deception
1. Noun. The deliberate use of electromagnetic energy in a manner intended to convey misleading information.
Specialized synonyms: Electronic Manipulative Deception, Manipulative Electronic Deception, Electronic Simulative Deception, Simulative Electronic Deception, Electronic Imitative Deception, Imitative Electronic Deception
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Literary usage of Electronic deception
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1. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"... and electronic deception devices 88-FO-ISBD- 1377. TEXCOM cannot release test reports or databases to anyone but the proponent. ..."
2. Politics of Compromise: NATO and AWACS by Arnold L. Tessmer (1995)
"Unlike ground based radar's fragmented view of events, the AWACS "big picture" capabilities are difficult to thwart by electronic deception, feints, ..."
3. Information Warfare in the Age of Chaos: Information Warfare in the Age of by Chris Morris (1995)
"... and quite frankly, there are not many good answers yet. military is subject to a massive electronic deception operation. What is happening here? ..."