radio countermeasures meaning
See electronic warfare.
- He then worked on radio countermeasures at the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation ( CSIRO ) Radiophysics Laboratory.
- In May 1944 the squadron was moved to No . 100 ( Radio Countermeasures ) Group with tasking to perform radar jamming operations during the D-Day landings.
- On the 14th August 1959, Cockburn officially opened Roke Manor Electronic Research Laboratories in Romsey, which continued to develop innovative research in the fields of radio countermeasures.
- Following the end of the European war, the RAF sought to retain No . 462 Squadron for a period so that it could be used to test radio countermeasure equipment and techniques.
- Shortly after the end of the war, the growing importance of its radio countermeasures mission in comparison to its photographic mission was recognized by its redesignation as the "'3d Reconnaissance Squadron "', Very Long Range ( Photographic-RCM ).