radio log

radio log

[′rād·ē·ō ‚läg]
(communications)
A log of radio messages sent and received, together with other pertinent information, maintained by radio operators.
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The system, called DXA, uploads the radio log data through Inmarsat satellites to an internet server once per minute, providing viewers with an almost real-time graphical interface to the expedition.
MoD officials also provided Ms Hunt with a copy of a radio log for a special forces selection course which began earlier this year.
Major Streatfield told the coroner: "From the radio log, there was not permission to fire that shot.
Michael by a US helic medics fought t Major Streatfe "From the radi permission to fir "The last thing Streatfeild told the hearing: radio log there was not fire that shot.
There may be an innocent explanation for the loss of this radio log.
Mr Walker said in his conclusion: "There may be an innocent explanation for the loss of this radio log.
He said although he did not communicate this, he did tell his men on the radio that two RRF tanks were near one of his tank troops, although the radio log of the incident has since gone missing.
The radio log of the incident, four days after the coalition invasion in March 2003, has since gone missing.
However, the radio log of the incident has since gone missing.
The RUC radio log for that day contained no record of the explosions and shootings.
The RUC radio log for January 30 1972 contained no record of the explosions and shootings.
Their investigations will be based on the weather conditions and the fire department's radio logs.