radio net

radio net

[′rād·ē·ō ‚net]
(communications)
System of radio stations operating with each other; a military net usually consists of a radio station of a superior unit and stations of all subordinate or supporting units.
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That said, the company saw radio net revenues for the first fiscal quarter of 2020 that were flat compared to last year.
Dans la categorie presse electronique, et c'est une premiere, le premier prix est revenu au site Radio Net. Le deuxieme a ete attribue au journaliste de l'APS, Khaled Taazibt, alors que le troisieme a ete decerne a Hacene Khroubi du site News Cherchell.
Radio net diagram was provided but failed when radio equipment bogged down," it said.
A typical IS operation goes like this: An IS armored unit of tanks or a mobile unit of eight to 12 fighters with two to three vehicles are informed by WhatsApp, a message on Facebook or Twitter, or phone text message, and if this mode is not available through their own radio net, to assemble at a certain place at a certain time.
co to cfo "m acr for A lull in the firefight commenced just then, soon followed by the dreaded cry "man down, man down" blasting across the radio net. As I scanned further threats, Major Harry Clark, our OC, shouted through to the back of our Land Rover: "Man down in the rear vehicle."
The traders are also considering installing a Radio Net system, similar to the one used by stores in the city centre, to communicate with each other quickly.
The formulation of a contract which would define the bidding is in a final phase, Stelios Stavridis, the chairman of Greece's sell-off agency HRADF, told local radio NET.
Excluding the effects of the debt swap, also known as the "PSI", the draft budget predicts that the country's fiscal gap will be 7.0% of gross domestic product next year, from 9.0% in 2011, radio NET said.
"I have submitted a 16-point paper to Venizelos C* and I expect specific answers, on which [my stance] will depend," lawmaker Panagiotis Kouroublis told state radio NET Sunday.
Reaction has seen everything from verbal excoriation to bomb threats directed at the radio net.
Sincgars is the most commonly used radio net in the Army.

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