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citizens band radio:

see radioradio,
transmission or reception of electromagnetic radiation in the radio frequency range. The term is commonly applied also to the equipment used, especially to the radio receiver.
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The Internet, far too many publishers said in the mid-1990s, was like citizens band radio -- a flash in the pan.
Far and away the most popular form of mobile two-way communications for outdoors-oriented folks is Citizens Band radio.
Citizens Band radio was born in 1945, when the Allied victory freed some military frequencies for civilian use.
The radio transmitter can be as simple as an ordinary FM transmitter used in a citizens band radio or walkie-talkie.
To address communication needs a loud speaker was purchased along with a radio transmitter and a citizens band radio.
Building upon its leadership position in the GMRS/FRS two-way radio, radar detector and Citizens Band radio industries, Cobra identified new growth opportunities and has aggressively expanded into the marine market and has expanded its European operations.
Since he canceled his satellite radio, he's on citizens band radio constantly (handle: Instigator) talking about what needs to change so truckers like him can survive.
Bosses at the Radiocommunications Agency said: "While we recognise the value of broadcasting services to the elderly and housebound, Citizens Band radio is not an appropriate band for broadcasting.
MacWhirter seemed to know when some special airplane was going to be flying - a B-2 stealth bomber, an SR-71 spy plane - and he would spread the word, by citizens band radio or through his network of friends and acquaintances.

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