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smart radio

A radio transmitter/receiver that can find the most appropriate air interface to use at any given moment. Such software-based radios would enable a mobile device to work in numerous wireless environments locally and in different countries. See software-defined radio and spectrum.
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A smart radio 9 that includes RDS radio, CD player and MP3 compatibility comes as standard although owners can upgrade to a complete smart sound system if they desire.
Each year, the SDR Forum sponsors the Smart Radio Challenge that invites student teams around the world to design, develop, and test a software-defined or cognitive radio.
Probably more interested in increasing the study of engineering worldwide, the Software Defined Radio Forum (SDRF) recently kicked off Smart Radio Challenge '08.
Maybe along with the black box we need a "smart radio" that will come on automatically if the NOAA detects that I'm in danger.
Other features include a smart radio 5, central locking and an immobiliser with remote control.
The six-speed, turbo-engine Smart car comes in a sleek black finish and has abs, steel wheels, exchangeable bodypanels, grey cloth interior, smart radio 5, central locking and immobiliser with remote control.
Nokia would also provide Smart Radio Concept technology for the radio network to enhance DTAC's network coverage and improve quality.
And in the wider West Midlands area: l Cross Rythmns - Christian programming in north Staffs l Forward Radio - rural Staffordshire l Smart Radio - based in Stone l Youth Comm Radio - for Worcester's teenagers
To make sure signals don't interfere with TV broadcast signals, the FCC is proposing a requirement for the unlicensed devices to use "smart radio" features to identify unused TV channels.
The Linksys Wireless-G Router with SRX and Wireless-G PC Card with SRX use this smart radio and antenna technology along with standards-based Wireless-G (802.11g) networking to provide users with faster networking throughput and a further reach of their wireless networking signal.
By the way, the ball 'playing' this role is actually a smart radio controlled number made by the bowls maker Henselite.