Are jammers relate to electronics or electrotechnics , why ?

Please ,tell me the main difference between electronics and electrotechins and why we can classify jammers as electrotechics or electronics ?

Indeed i didn`t found this information in Google


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    $\begingroup$ Hi, it's really unclear what this has to do with amateur radio. Also, in English, there's no such word as electrotechics or electrotechincs; you probably mean electrotechnics, but that doesn't really help clarifying your question at all. $\endgroup$ – Marcus Müller Jun 3 at 11:05
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    $\begingroup$ I can't post this as an answer because the question is on hold. Electrotechnics isn't a word that gets much use in the United States, so I had to look it up. After searching Google a bit, I found several sites that define electrotechnics (a.k.a. electrotechnology) as the practical application of electricity, which basically describes all of electrical engineering. Electronic engineering is a subfield of electrical engineering, so I'd say that anything electronic (jammers included) relates to both electronics and electrotechnics. $\endgroup$ – mrog Jun 4 at 16:37

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