radio command

radio command

[′rād·ē·ō kə‚mand]
(electronics)
A radio control signal to which a guided missile or other remote-controlled vehicle or device responds.
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As the war progressed, Lorenzen, assigned to the lab's Special Developments Section, continued to expand on the idea of electronic countermeasures, or ECMs, developing radio detection and recording devices to defeat guided German missiles by analyzing the control signals sent to Henschel 293 flying bombs and using the information to disrupt or distort radio command signals.
Repair and troubleshoot existing TETRA Digital Radio command and control centers jobs.
The German's new version of events was about as genuine as a PS40 Rolex from a local market, to the extent that he even denied his imperious radio command heard by all the world, saying Webber was "too slow, get him out of the way".
As a military radio command vehicle, the Volvo was never mass produced.
Mission controllers on earth refired its rocket engines by radio command, whereupon Surveyor 3 jumped about 3 meters up, landed a little more than 2 meters away, and continued its observations.
The FLEX series originated when the device bay of a ROCKY computer notebook was modified to accept Radio Command Modules.
That the lap times continued to plummet late in the race as Hamilton roared to less than a second from Alonso's rear suggests the plucky rookie partially ignored the radio command.
2 billion kilometers from Earth - so far that it takes nearly 17 hours for radio commands traveling at the speed of light to reach the probe.
In the demonstrations yesterday, firefighters wore opaque covers on their masks - to simulate smoke - and were able to find stranded colleagues by following radio commands.
Accordingly, arrangements were made whereby a fighter controller (Jagdleit Offizier, or Jlo), based on the relative positions of the enemy aircraft and the night fighter on a plotting table, could transmit radio commands to the pilot, thereby guiding him to the enemy aircraft.

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