pack unit

pack unit

[′pak ‚yü·nət]
(communications)
A compact, combination radio transmitter-receiver that can be carried or strapped on the back; some pack units are popularly known as walkie-talkies.
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The air conditioning will go into the housing areas of the Wallace Pack Unit southeast of College Station, where temperatures regularly exceed 100 degrees in the summer.
Tenders are invited for Servicing And Repairing Of Circuit Breakers And Replacement Of Power Pack Unit in connection with Rmo Of Various Electrical And Mechanical Services At Gpoa, Ina, New Delhi.
The self-erect power pack unit allows for a smooth set-up of all the plant components, typically over a four-hour window.
THE man who has helped turn around Leinster's scrum has been employed by the IRFU to beef up Ireland's pack unit.
The power-on-demand feature is also available on the Twin pack unit.
Tempest's AIRSYS high efficiency HVAC Wall Pack Unit (WPU) Recognized as a Finalist for CTIA E-Tech Award Category: Innovation in Green Telecom & Smart Energy Solutions, Apps & Hardware
In July, a federal judge ruled that the lack of air conditioning at the Pack Unit - a prison southeast of College Station where temperatures regularly exceed 100 degrees - constituted cruel and unusual punishment.
75 oz 3 pack unit with a Use By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 0-7983-70175-2.
After Harvey made landfall last month, more than 1,000 prisoners from the flood-prone Stringfellow Unit in Brazoria County were evacuated to the largely-emptied Pack Unit in Navasota.
But Texas prison officials, scrambling to get the inmates to safety, sent them to the notoriously hot (though dry) Wallace Pack Unit in Navasota.
On Tuesday afternoon, a federal judge signed off on Texas' court-ordered proposal to move medically sensitive inmates from the uncooled Pack Unit near College Station.