List of World War II electronic warfare equipment

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This is a List of World War II electronic warfare equipment and code words and tactics derived directly from the use of electronic equipment.

This list includes many examples of radar, radar jammers, and radar detectors, often used by night fighters; also beam-guidance systems and radio beacons. Many of the British developments came from the Telecommunications Research Establishment (TRE). No. 100 Group RAF and No. 101 Squadron RAF both specialized in electronic warfare, and many of these devices were fitted to de Havilland Mosquitos of 100 Group and Avro Lancasters of 101 Squadron.

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  1. ^ Harris 1995, http://books.google.com/books?id=jzzl8wUn52cC&pg=PA63 Appendix A. pp. 63-65.
  2. ^ This RAF system was a different system from the better known Naval Huff-Duff system.
  3. ^ Harris 1995, Appendix A. pp. 63-65.
  4. ^ a b Harris 1995, [http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=jzzl8wUn52cC&pg=PA63 Appendix A pp. 63-65.

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