Jammer

(slang) Electronic Counter Measure.
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jammer

noun a transmitter used to broadcast electronic jamming
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Jammer

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Jammer

[American football] In American football, jammers try to slow down gunners during punts by preventing them from getting a free release, giving punt returners more time to return punts. ...
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Jammer

[NES accessory] The Jammer is an arcade-style controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System made by Beeshu. It is a clone of Nintendo`s officially-licensed arcade controller, the NES Advantage. On this controller, the turbo buttons are labeled `dial-a-speed` buttons. Beeshu also manufactured other controllers called the Superstick, Ultim...
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Jammer

A jammer aims to degrade the operation of a radio receiver by transmitting a jamming signal that is received at higher power than other signals, and hopefully prevents them from being received at all.
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Jammer

A jammer aims to degrade the operation of a radio receiver by transmitting a jamming signal that is
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Jammer

The player at the back of the pack who scores points. In WFTDA, the jammer takes off after the pack at the sound of a second whistle. In old school rules, the jammer takes off at the same time as the pack.
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Jammer

The point scorer for the team. Each team is permitted one Jammer per jam. The Jammer is identified by stars on the helmet cover. (see Section 3.3 - Jammer)
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jammer

The skater from each team who scores points, designated by a helmet cover with a star. Jammers line up on the jam line behind the blockers at the start of each line. Jammers begin to score once they lap opposing skaters, with points counted by passing a skater
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jammer

the skater on the track who can score points. The jammer is identifiable by the star on her helmet. The jammer starts each jam behind the pack. After she has lapped the pack once (known as a nonscoring pass), she is eligible to score points for each subsequent skater she laps.
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jammer

the skater on the track who can score points. The jammer is identifiable by the star on her helmet. The jammer starts each jam behind the pack. After she has lapped the pack once (known as a nonscoring pass), she is eligible to score points for each subsequent skater she laps.
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Jammer

the skater on the track who can score points. The jammer is identified by the star on her helmet. The jammer starts each jam behind the pack. After she has lapped the pack once (known as a non-scoring pass), she is eligible to score points for each subsequent skater hips she laps.
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jammer

[n] - a transmitter used to broadcast electronic jamming
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