radio deception meaning
The employment of radio to deceive the enemy.
Radio deception includes sending false dispatches, using deceptive headings, employing enemy call signs, etc.
See also electronic warfare.
- Sudoplatov later described this operation as " the most successful radio deception game of the war ".
- Experienced telegraph intercept operators can recognize radio deception when the fist failed to match the purported operator identity.
- This training is thought to have been critical to what his mentor, Pavel Sudoplatov, later called one of the most important radio deception operations of the war.
- During this operation, she was sent alone within scouting range of Japanese airfields in an effort to draw out Japanese aircraft by radio deception, but none rose to the bait.
- On 13 December, she participated in another operation to escort a convoy to North Africa, but the attempt was broken off after a British radio deception effort convinced the Italians that the British fleet was in the area.