**Intercept** may refer to:

- X-intercept, the point where a line crosses the x-axis
- Y-intercept, the point where a line crosses the y-axis
- Interception (football), a play in various forms of football
- The Mona Intercept, a 1980 thriller novel by Donald Hamilton
- Operation Intercept, an anti-drug measure announced by President Nixon
- Telephone tapping, the monitoring of telephone and Internet conversations by a third party
- Tax refund intercept
- Samsung Intercept (SPH-M910), an Android smartphone
- Visual Intercept, a Microsoft Windows based software defect tracking system
- Intermodulation Intercept Point, a measure of an electrical device's linearity.

### Other articles related to "intercept":

Tornado

... The Tornado

**Intercept**Vehicle... The Tornado

**Intercept**Vehicle 1 (TIV 1) and Tornado**Intercept**Vehicle 2 (TIV 2) are vehicles used to film with an IMAX camera from inside a tornado ...Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - Korean War - Tactical SIGINT

... eavesdropping techniques called Ground Return

... eavesdropping techniques called Ground Return

**Intercept**(GRI) ... trouble getting volunteers to go out at night and implant the equipment to make**intercept**possible, even though the sensors might need to be as close as 35 yards (32 m) to the enemy ... Starting in July 1951, Low-level**intercept**(LLI) teams, of 2-5 men in a jeep or bunker, became popular ...*y*-

**intercept**

... axis represents a variable y, a y-

**intercept**is a point where the graph of a function or relation intersects with the y-axis of the coordinate system ... is given as y = f(x), the y-coordinate of the y-

**intercept**is found by calculating f(0) ... Functions which are undefined at x = 0 have no y-

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... The major (naval)

**Intercept**Stations... The major (naval)

**Intercept**Stations which carried out**intercept**and D/F (direction finding) but not cryptographic work were Park Orchards in Melbourne HMAS Harman ...### Famous quotes containing the word intercept:

“Colonel, never go out to meet trouble. If you will just sit still, nine cases out of ten someone will *intercept* it before it reaches you.”

—Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)