Definition of joint restricted frequency list

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joint restricted frequency list

'joint restricted frequency list' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A time and geographically-oriented listing of TABOO, PROTECTED, and GUARDED functions, nets, and frequencies. It should be limited to the minimum number of frequencies necessary for friendly forces to accomplish objectives. Also called JRFL. See also electronic warfare; guarded frequencies; protected frequencies; TABOO frequencies'.

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