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radiophone

[′rād·ē·ə‚fōn]
(communications)
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The organization that created the famous educational TV show Galli Galli Sim Sim (GGSS), the Indian adaptation of American TV series Sesame Street, discussed how the Radiophone Project combined easily accessible technology with storytelling to produce innovative and engaging content, to reach out to more than a million children in rural areas having no access to television.
Radiophone uses technology to provide literacy and numeracy skills to marginalised children while Medersat.
The draft lyrics are scribbled on the back of a reminder letter about an unpaid bill for a radiophone, an early kind of car phone.
John Lennon penned the early version of the song on the back of a reminder letter about an unpaid bill for a radiophone threatening legal action if pounds 12.
Using a radiophone, the image analyst would tell the security agent at the screening point whether a partial hand search was required and, if so, on which part of the body.
He immediately opened the door and told McNamara there was a radiophone call for him on the bridge.
Many of them contributed to the translation of the Macedonian poetry in all the international languages, while thanks to them the radio dramas for children and adults and musical broadcasts with specific radiophone expressions got high European prizes in prestigious radio festivals.
The chat would take place by radiophone from the ground to an aircraft circling overhead.
Maggie Hoffman, a member of Brooklyn performance group Radiophone, contributes a decidedly postmodern ironic edge to an assortment of demented characters, from a lusty executive in a food irradiation plant to Whitney Houston.
At the smaller end of the microhydro spectrum, a remote homestead in British Columbia wanted to produce enough electricity to run lights, radio, radiophone and stereo with an existing 1 1/4-inch domestic water supply pipe.
In the 1920s, experimental binaural radio broadcasts incorporated a pair of frequencies, with listeners tuning in on a pair of crystal radiophone sets.
Grant Thornton in Birmingham advised on the disposal of Norwich-based Radiophone to A Novo (UK), part of French-owned A-Novo.