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jam

(jăm)
v.
1. To block, congest, or clog.
2. To crush or bruise.

F11R

A gene on chromosome 1q21.2-q21.3 that encodes a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily, which is a key regulator of tight junction assembly in epithelia. F11R also acts as a receptor for reovirus, a ligand for LFA1 (an integrin involved in leukocyte transmigration) and a platelet receptor.
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Section 4 presents our jammer localization strategy based on GSA in detail.
However, he said that they were ignorant about the said matter because it was only the Home Department which was taking measures regarding security arrangements including installation of jammers. Being official of Mardan Prison, he said, even they did not know what were going over here; besides, they were kept ignorant about such kind arrangements.
Muraleedharan et al [8] have described four jammers. They are, the Single-Tone Jammer attacks one channel at a time, the Multi-Tone Jammer can attack some or all the channels of a multi-channel receiver, while the Pulsed-Noise Jammer is a wide band jammer, sending pulsed jamming signals by turning on and off periodically at a slow or fast rate.
Rich Hebblewhite, senior lecturer in computing at Glyndwr University, said: "As well as being a leading developer, Chris is a keen game jammer and will be sharing his experiences and offering advice.
The operational area of jammers shall be restricted to jail premises.
Five players from each team are allowed on track - four blockers and one jammer, who is the pointscoring person.
He said that it was extremely unlikely for the jammers to fail as he personally checked the system three or four times each week.
Signal jamming devices or "jammers" are radio frequency transmitters that intentionally block, jam, or interfere with authorized communications, such as cellphone calls, GPS systems, Wi-Fi networks, and first responder communications.
13 ordered the Navy to review its decision on the Next-Generation Jammer, saying 'the Navy failed to reasonably evaluate technical risk in accordance with the terms of the solicitation, failed to adequately document its evaluation, and improperly credited the awardee with outdated experience."
There are several nefarious uses for GPS jammers, which are not illegal to own.
In a statement, the PTA spokesman said that it has been repeatedly informed that jammers installed in public and private places across Pakistan are causing problems in cellular mobile networks and their quality of service.