Definition of jammer in English:

jammer

noun

  • A transmitter used for jamming signals.

    • ‘These guys are real nasty jammers, they do gypsy reggae, Latino ska funk, you name it.’
    • ‘And according to several news reports, those who are bothered by cell phone rudeness are increasingly turning to jammers - devices that prevent making and receiving cell phone calls.’
    • ‘Furthermore, the enemy can defeat IA by destroying signal jammers or boosting his own signal to negate the signal (antijam).’
    • ‘Pattaya International Jamming sessions during the weekend of May 16 & 17 drew unexpected large crowds, both patrons and jazz jammers.’
    • ‘In fact, for the most part the bombers looked just alike, but instead of having the large heavy bombs loaded in the bomb bays, the radar countermeasure aircraft carried high voltage jammers.’

Pronunciation

jammer

/ˈdʒamə/