AOC is a non-profit international Electronic Warfare/Information Operations (EW/IO) association which promotes electromagnetic spectrum operations and related activities across military, civilian and commercial applications.
What does EMSPEC stand for?
EMSPEC stands for Electromagnetic Spectrum
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The electromagnetic spectrum characterizes wavelengths of energy.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Why has the electromagnetic spectrum become so important during the past five to six years?
Yet one thing is certain: It relies on digital cameras' ability to detect a wider range of the electromagnetic spectrum (the full range of energy waves) than the human eye can perceive.
The case for anthropogenic global warming necessarily rests upon the presumptions that (1) the sun is an isotropic and isochronous radiator, and (2) that the energy density of space, filled with electromagnetic radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum from trillions of cosmic radiators, is a constant.
The definition of Cyberspace must be broad enough to enable us to integrate the vast possibilities that the electromagnetic spectrum offers now and for the future.
They are part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which also includes radio waves, infrared light, ultraviolet rays, X rays, and gamma rays.
That makes it the first component of its kind to operate in a region of the electromagnetic spectrum called solar-blind, Razeghi says.