Multiloop retrodirective cross-eye jammers offer the possibility of both simplifying system implementation and improving system performance. However, the signals for each jammer loop propagate along different paths, leading to potentially detrimental effects on system performance. Static and dynamic compensation for path-length differences are introduced and analyzed. Of the two, static compensation is simpler but is only effective for limited engagement geometries. Dynamic compensation is more general but requires an accurate estimate of the engagement geometry.