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responder

[ri′spän·dər]
(electronics)
The transmitter section of a radar beacon.

responder

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That part of a transponder that automatically transmits a reply to the interrogator-responsor. Also called a responder beacon when its function as a beacon is emphasized.
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First responder agencies such as emergency management and police forces use a range of command, control, communications, and intelligence (C3I) equipment in order to respond to, mitigate, or even prevent security incidents or disasters.
From a regional perspective, technically advanced countries such as North America, China, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and Singapore will dominate regional spending due to ongoing technical updates, expansion of first responder networks, and new solution functionality.
[USA], July 30 (ANI): President Donald Trump on Monday signed the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Bill into law to provide health care facilities to the police officers, firefighters and other first responders to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
He appeared in front of the (https://www.ibtimes.com/jon-stewart-rips-congress-lack-action-911-first-responders-bill-2799870) House Judiciary Committee in June, along with 9/11 first responders and family members, and ripped into Congress for the perceived inaction to provide aid for the responders.
This will also let public safety take advantage of the unique capabilities of FirstNet like First Priority, enabling priority and, for first responders, preemption.
Chair of Dunblane Community Council, David Prescott, said: "Dunblane Community Council is delighted that their efforts over the past year to bring the different organisations together to restore a fully operational First Responders service have culminated in this open meeting.
| Joyce Beaman handing the keys to her late husband's car over to Peter Blount, Wolds CFR scheme co-ordinator, with fellow responders Howard Cox and Paul Howitt looking on.
Weldon states, "The addition of Mark Lamplugh to the Board of Directors of One World for Life provides an international voice focusing on the health and wellness issues affecting the 25 million first responders worldwide." He adds, "I have known Mark Lamplugh and his family for most of my life.
To both strengthen and extend efforts around preventing or mitigating adverse physical and psychological outcomes for emergency responders, CTP is currently researching the Emergency Responder Health Monitoring and Surveillance (ERHMS) system, a health monitoring and surveillance framework that includes recommendations and tools specific to protect emergency responders during all phases of a response, including pre-deployment, deployment, and post-deployment phases.
Khalifa Al Drai, the Executive Director of the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) said that the pink responder is the latest service of the specialised services that DCAS offers.
If a volunteer responder is not in a position to accept the alert, it can be declined and diverted to the next nearest responder.
First responder recruitment event TONIGHT, April 25, at 7pm, a recruitment evening is being held at the Split Willow, in Penmaenmawr Road, Llanfairfechan, by the Welsh Ambulance Service Community First Responders.