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airwave

[′er‚wāv]
(electronics)
A radio wave used in radio and television broadcasting.
(meteorology)
A wavelike oscillation in the pattern of wind flow aloft, usually with reference to the stronger portion of the westerly current.
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To get 'match fit' for the new devices, work is currently underway across NPUs to assess the current level of Airwaves coverage and to identify 'blindspots' where coverage is poor.
The MPs called on the Home Office to engage urgently with the two companies on the options for resolving the Airwave issue.
The company purchased Airwave on a debt-free basis with a net cash payment of approximately GBP 700m (approximately USD 1bn) at closing.
The Airwave acquisition demonstrates our commitment to public safety in Great Britain and to growing our managed and support services business," said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions.
Airwave was kept in training and sent to Aidan O'Brien, who adopted a different approach by stretching her out to 7f and then a mile.
To give full control of all these features, the HouseParty AirWave can be used with an intuitive iPhone or iPod Touch app.
According to the company, HouseParty Airwave can operate as iPhone/iPod dock and is also a digital radio and wireless network streaming device.
Similarly, Airwave photosensors -- powered by tiny integral photovoltaic cells -- monitor ambient light levels and wirelessly signal luminaires to reduce output and save energy when there is sufficient daylight in the space.
However, the refusal of Airwave to reconsider compulsory redundancies has left us no choice.
Sgt Fuller was speaking from the Police Federation Conference in Bournemouth where hundreds of rank-and-file officers from across England and Wales heard about difficulties with Airwave inside the Millennium Stadium.
As well as police and fire services, Airwave provides radio communications for all Ambulance Trusts in England and Wales.
The AirWave Management Platform is widely used in Utah, at sites including the Utah Valley State College, LDS Business College and Granite Independent School District in Salt Lake City.