conelrad

noun con·el·rad \ˈkänəlˌrad, -ˌraa(ə)d\

Definition of conelrad

plural

-s

  1. :  a system for preventing an enemy from using radio signals from any particular AM station as a guide for aircraft or missiles by shifting all AM stations to either of the frequencies 640 or 1240 and having them broadcast in a group in random order for short intervals on only these frequencies

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Origin and Etymology of conelrad

control of electromagnetic radiation


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