jammer jammer  /ˈdʒæ mər/


  • (n) a transmitter used to broadcast electronic jamming


  1. They would use gun-mounted lasers and infrared devices to blind the plant's cameras, and electronic jammers to paralyze communications among its defenders.
  2. Nonetheless, the mere existence of these cultural jammers is a form of protest.
  3. The post-911 need for security led to secret requirements for onboard jammers to thwart radars and missiles.


  1. Ronnie Brown takes Jammer's 23

    The Chargers running back closely monitored Quentin Jammer's free agency situation.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: U-T San Diego

  2. Broncos' Quentin Jammer Will Do Well at Safety

    It took less than a week after he signed with the team for the Denver Broncos to confirm Quentin Jammer would make the switch from cornerback to safety . The decision and the expediency with which it was come to make sense for a lot of reasons. You didn’t have to be a die-hard Chargers fan to notice Jammer’s lost a step. Statistically speaking the base numbers are relative to standard play at ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

  3. Roller Derby rides again in Eagle

    Andrew Bishop/Special to the Daily In Roller Derby, teams score points when their jammers pass opposing players. Jammers have stars on their helmets.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Glenwood Springs Post Independent

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