Elint



[el-int, ih-lint] /ˈɛl ɪnt, ɪˈlɪnt/

noun
1.
the gathering of military or other intelligence through the monitoring of electronic signals other than voice communications, as satellite transmissions, rocket telemetry, and radar.
2.
.
electronic intelligence

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