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direction-finding

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  • Their first trial broadcasts succeeded in duping British direction-finding units in Burma, which reported picking up the signal of a “Jap” station operating in the jungle.

    A Covert Affair

  • The operation used CIA eavesdropping and direction-finding technology.

    The Longest War

  • Their direction-finding units were working 24 hours a day, trying to locate her places of transmission.

    Shadow Knights

  • So the device includes an RF direction-finding beacon to help isolate it.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Whereis has now added that feature to its online direction-finding service.

    Whereis Adds Landmarks To Turn-By-Turn Directions | Lifehacker Australia

  • Powers: Nightcrawler is a mutant who can teleport by opening a portal into another dimension, travelling through it via an unconscious direction-finding sense, and returning to his own dimension.

    Marvel Thursday Thirteen - SciFiChick.com

  • But the overall market for direction-finding services is growing fast, thanks largely to smartphones.

    Growing Dividends

  • Garmin makes money from a variety of direction-finding devices, including car units and smartphones.

    Growing Dividends

  • When asked how to do this, he said: My argument is really a kind of direction-finding exercise.

    Archive 2007-10-14

  • Later X-2 (counterespionage) confirmed, through captured German documents, that Gestapo direction-finding (D/F) efforts, and the capture of other OSS agents, led to the doubling of station Dartmouth.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

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