Five Eyes allies employ electronic intelligence notations for unique emissions

by Jon Lake

Five Eyes nations’ electronic intelligence (ELINT) operators use a previously little-known system, called ELINT notations (ELNOTs), to identify the unique emissions from radar and other non-communications systems, according to a series of recent publications

The existence of this classification system was revealed in partially redacted articles in the US National Security Agency’s Cryptolog magazine dating from the 1980s, and also touched upon in academic papers published recently by the US Naval Postgraduate School. The Five Eyes countries are Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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