Definition of purposeful interference

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purposeful interference

'purposeful interference' is an military term. It means '(DOD) In space operations, deliberate actions taken to deny or disrupt a space system, service, or capability. Purposeful interference threats include but are not limited to: mission uplink or downlink interference; command uplink interference; telemetry downlink jamming; positioning jamming; unauthorized access; information insertion; and signal probing. Also called PI'.

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