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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.
Unlike walkie-talkie technology, the app features enhanced security, and is only available by people who have been pre-authorised to use it.
The PNS Mehran attack investigation team claimed to have seized US-made LXT-303 walkie-talkie sets from the naval facility.
The 11-story store features a spiral staircase, where the female clerk was climbing to the ninth floor from the eighth when she dropped the walkie-talkie, which fell and hit the woman on the first floor.
With a vibration facility, melody choices and hands-free capabilities these are effectively the James Bonds of the walkie-talkie world.
That makes ham radio devices - whether walkie-talkies that are effective within a several-mile radius, or powerful shortwave radios that can transmit hundreds or thousands of miles - crucial for emergency crews and others, he said.
Or maybe he just needs to recharge his walkie-talkie.
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.
These radios are about as powerful as the walkie-talkies that emergency personnel carry.
For example, a fire chief using a walkie-talkie to contact the walkie-talkie carried by a policeman in a burning building has to hope that the two devices have the same type of dedicated hardware, Robert said.
A EUR100million Tetra system promised in 1999 to replace the 20-year-old walkie-talkies is still not in place.
For some transformer action, the Hip Talkies are walkie-talkies that turn into FM radios.