August 14, 2012

See also: Frequency Domain, Spread Spectrum

CIMM DEFINITION: A signal that intentionally introduces interference into a communication channel, either to intentionally prevent error-free reception or as a means of advising stations of some event. (Source: computer.yourdictionary.com)

2: In local area networks (LANs), employing the carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) protocol, a station that detects a signal collision sends a jamming signal over a subcarrier frequency to advise all stations of that fact. See also CSMA/CD, frequency, LAN, signal, and subcarrier. (Source: computer.yourdictionary.com)