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Garrick Konquero
ImmCo
Posted - 2006.10.18 21:44:00 - [1]
 

So I flying around the other day in my ship when I was attacked by a player pirate. I tried to defend myself, but I couldn't target his ship (A Crusader interceptor, I believe). I assume I was being jammed.

My question is how do I defend against this?

I've gone through the item database, market information, the ship outfitting forums, but I'm a little overwhelmed with all the information on ECM, ECCM and sensor boosters. A few brief and simple pointers (or a link to a relevant forum thread or webpage) would be welcome.

Darksaber64x
Ecchi co.
Posted - 2006.10.18 21:57:00 - [2]
 

You can tell if you are being jammed, theres a little bar above your HP bars that appears and counts down the cycle of the jam if/when it's sucessful. It lets you know who is jamming you too. ECCMs are useful somewhat, by making them much less likely to jam you, but it can still work. Just pick the ECCM that has the same sensor type as your ship (gravometic, radar, etc), but, however sadly, it's more effective to try to jam him first :/

Beovvulf
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2006.10.18 23:00:00 - [3]
 

ECCM is the counter to being jammed.
Sensor Boosters are the counter to being dampened.
Tracking computers are the counter to being tracking disrupted.
Warpcore stabs are the counter to being warp scrambled.

Dont try to protect yourself from everything. It doesnt work.

Pesky LaRue
Brotherhood Of Fallen Angels
Etherium Cartel
Posted - 2006.10.19 00:48:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Beovvulf

Dont try to protect yourself from everything. It doesnt work.


agreed, and as the saying goes, often the best defence is a good offence.


 

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