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airwave

[′er‚wāv]
(electronics)
A radio wave used in radio and television broadcasting.
(meteorology)
A wavelike oscillation in the pattern of wind flow aloft, usually with reference to the stronger portion of the westerly current.
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GROUP 1 winners Airwave, Latice and Frizzante are among the top-class fillies and mares due to go under the hammer at Tattersalls sales in Newmarket.
According to AirWave, its employees will continue to develop and support the AirWave software products as a business unit of Aruba, based in San Mateo, CA, USA, upon completion of the transaction.
It will be trialled by South Wales Fire Service next year and should be fitted to all its vehicles within 16months.The Welsh Ambulance Service will fit Airwave to all its vehicles by early 2009.
Airwave is the largest private operator of a public safety network in the world, offering voice and data communications to more than 300 emergency and public service agencies in Great Britain.
"The Airwave acquisition demonstrates our commitment to public safety in Great Britain and to growing our managed and support services business," said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions.
It says that in January Airwave owner Motorola Solutions told the committee that Vodafone, a key supplier to Airwave, will from March 2020 stop providing an important piece of infrastructure that Airwave requires to function, essentially turning it off.
NEW 2020 project is looking at the replacement of Airwaves.
Now, public safety organisations across the UK will be able to roll out the capabilities of ESN at their desired pace while maintaining the Airwave network service to ensure uninterrupted service.
"Airwave is the verbal communication between officers on the ground.
But the PAC found it was likely that Airwave would need to remain in use beyond 2022, meaning costs will rise again.
WHEN Airwave came up for auction as a yearling at Doncaster in 2001, her family was more renowned for producing tough sprint winners rather than runners capable of mixing it in stakes company.
GEAR4, an iPod and iPhone audio brand with an emphasis on innovative design, and Frontier Silicon, a major supplier of digital radio and network audio technology, have partnered to develop an Apple app to enable the remote control of the wide range of features contained in the HouseParty Airwave.