SIGINT

  • (noun): Intelligence information gathered from communications intelligence or electronics intelligence or telemetry intelligence.
    Synonyms: signals intelligence

Some articles on sigint:

Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - 1960s - US Operations in Southeast Asia - Early Days: Vietnamese and Strategic Perspective
... To SIGINT analysts at NSA, the increase in communications activity in 1960 indicated a strong growth of the communists ... SIGINT and the Attempted Coups against Diem, 1960–1962 A section entitled "SIGINT and the Attempted Coups against Diem, 1960-1962", opens, on 11 November 961, with the sounds of a coup attempt in Saigon ... "American SIGINT had been surprised by the coup, as had American intelligence in general ...
Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - 1980s - Policy and Doctrinal Evolution - 1980s United States Strategic SIGINT Policy and Doctrinal Evolution
... MAGNUM geosynchronous SIGINT satellites were first launched from the Space Shuttle in 1985 ... In addition to SIGINT intercept against the Soviets, combatant ships operated off Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Honduras ... One purpose-built SIGINT auxiliary, the ARL-24 Sphinx, generally stayed off the Nicaraguan coast ...
Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - 1980s - Policy and Doctrinal Evolution - 1980s United Kingdom SIGINT Policy
... To obtain some autonomy in SIGINT, while simultaneously strengthening its role in the UKUSA Agreement, Britain planned to launch its own SIGINT satellite, codenamed Zircon ... did contribute to the cost of one of the NSA MAGNUM SIGINT satellites, possibly having one dedicated to UK use ...