Definition of Electronic reconnaissance

1. Noun. The detection and identification and evaluation and location of foreign electromagnetic radiations (other than radioactive).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electronic Reconnaissance

electronic jamming
electronic mail
electronic mails
electronic manipulative deception
electronic media
electronic medias
electronic messaging
electronic network
electronic number
electronic organ
electronic organs
electronic pacemaker
electronic pacemaker load
electronic potential
electronic publishing
electronic reconnaissance (current term)
electronic resource
electronic resources
electronic rock
electronic scanner
electronic signal
electronic simulative deception
electronic sport
electronic sports
electronic stability control
electronic stylus
electronic surveillance
electronic text
electronic transistor
electronic voltmeter

Literary usage of Electronic reconnaissance

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1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"See also masking. electronic reconnaissance—(DOD) The detection, identification, evaluation, and location of IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ..."

2. Chinese Views of Future Warfare by Michael Pillsbury (1997)
"... anti-infrared, and anti-electronic reconnaissance being widely deployed in naval ship, ship-based aircraft and guided missile equipment (including new ..."

3. Air Force Combat Wings: lineage and honors histories, 1947-1977 by Charles A. Ravenstein (1984)
"Performed strategic reconnaissance, charting photography, precise electronic geodetic mapping, and electronic reconnaissance, 1950-1954. ..."

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