Conelrad

Conelrad

[kon-l-rad]
noun
a system formerly used by the U.S. civil defense system to prevent enemy planes or missiles from homing on radio and television frequencies.

Origin:
1955–60; con(trol of) el(ectromagnetic) rad(iation)

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