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SIGINT

or sig·int

[ sig-int ]
/ ˈsɪgˌɪnt /
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noun
the gathering of military or other intelligence by interception of electronic signals and consisting of COMINT and ELINT.
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Compare COMINT, ELINT, HUMINT.

Origin of SIGINT

1965–70; sig(nal)int(elligence)
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