walkie-talkie


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walkie-talkie

[¦wȯ·kē ¦tȯ·kē]
(communications)
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The global wearable digital walkie-talkie market has been segmented into five major regions, namely, North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East & Africa; of these, North America is estimated to dominate the market, accounting for over 67% market share by the end of 2015.
However, hoteliers have continued to express a strong desire for the push-to-talk functionality that their outdated walkie-talkies provided.
These walkie-talkie sets are of the same type used by international forces in Afghanistan, Samaa TV reports.
The store declined to comment on the case, but a source said its clerks are now wearing walkie-talkies with straps.
FOR the duration of this review I will refer to these as walkie-talkies rather than two-way radio, which is what it's called on the box.
The little fella has pestered me for weeks to get him walkie-talkies after spotting them in a magazine.
After initially coming up with the idea of using walkie-talkies in the classroom, I surveyed my students regarding their feelings about the walkie-talkie system.
All I would have had to do is get on the walkie-talkie, put on a deep voice and say something like: "Yes, it's John here, I've just seen Angel Cabrera kicking his ball along in the rough, so we're going to have to disqualify him from the tournament.
The Motorola i560 includes features that Nextel customers asked for in a flip-style rugged handset, including our Group Connect and Direct Talk walkie-talkie services, Java capability and an external display," said Blair Kutrow, vice president, Voice Services and Subscriber Devices, Nextel.
The company estimates that quick, walkie-talkie style conversations will nix the need to make costlier phone calls.
Nextel says that some walkie-talkie chats are done before a phone call would have connected.
Walter Smith sparked a cup storm yesterday when he used a walkie-talkie at Celtic Park.