Skilled at intercepting cellphone and wireless signals, the U.S. is facing new challenges as terrorists turn to "old" communications technologies to circumvent efforts to locate and target their networks. High-frequency (HF) radio, largely eclipsed by the military’s move to satellite communications, as well as bands once dominated by terrestrial television broadcasts are increasingly being used by illicit networks to avoid detection by sophisticated ...

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