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In many ways, a radio transmitter
is a fairly straightforward and basic piece of apparatus.
The Weather Radio Transmitter
grant program helps provide coverage to those rural areas that do not have NWR coverage or are poorly covered.
The Office of the Telecommunications Authority issued a statement on its website saying it is the authority's duty to ''clamp down on unlicensed use of radio transmitter
2) A tortoise equipped with a radio transmitter
to track its movement emerges from its burrow.
Instead, a scanner "reads" information from a tiny radio transmitter
In another of their projects--this one dubbed FREE BITS--the technologists envision a network of high-speed radio transmitters
called Infostations, pumping data to handheld devices as quickly as 100 megabytes per second (mbps).
attached to nocturnal, reclusive bats may provide data that can help the national timber industry better plan harvesting practices.
Interestingly, a court case is now pending in Rome in which Vatican Radio transmitters
at the edge of the city are alleged to be in violation of Italy's very strict guidelines regarding electromagnetic fields or "electrosmog," as it is now called.
The Charlottesville project combines 13,000 5/8- to 6-in, water meters with integral radio transmitters
supplied by ABB Water Meters; 7,400 new gas meters furnished by American Meter; 8,600 gas meter retrofits; and 16,200 gas meter modules and drive by reading equipment from Itron, Inc.
An experimental postal tracking system is being tested in Houston, San Francisco, and Northern Virginia in which tiny radio transmitters
are embedded in pieces of mail so postal managers can track specific items, reports the New York Times.
Get your faggoty hands away from my radio transmitters