• When radio equipment is installed in a classroom, it becomes an opportunity to experience communication.

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  • New technologies coupled with the miniaturization of radio equipment make radio increasingly available to young people.

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  • His car was equipped with a video camera and radio equipment.

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  • During those grim days of persecution, Kirkland spearheaded the AFL-CIO's drive to keep Walesa's movement alive by smuggling in personnel, money, printing presses, radio equipment and computers.

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  • Every year Sirius XM pays a large sum to its OEM (original equipment manufacturers) partners to keep its radio equipment flowing into the new car market at around a 60% penetration rate.

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  • As part of the setting up process, five faculty and twenty five students of the Center for Communication Studies received basic training in the use of the radio equipment and maintenance of the facility.

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  • Instead of creating a spectrum market, argues Yochai Benkler, a law professor at New York University, it should now be possible to rely on the market in smart radio equipment without anybody having to control the airwaves.

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  • Products include respirators, surveillance equipment, radio frequency identification equipment, insulation, weatherproofing materials, cleaning products, mats, and granules for asphalt shingles.

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  • Colorado MEDtech, of Boulder, Colorado, makes an assortment of medical equipment from catheters and respiratory equipment to radio frequency amplifiers used in magnetic resonance imaging systems.

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  • The right of expression may not be restricted by indirect methods or means, such as the abuse of government or private controls over newsprint, radio broadcasting frequencies, or equipment used in the dissemination of information, or by any other means tending to impede the communication and circulation of ideas and opinions.

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  • They happen fairly frequently, and if they are intense enough they can damage satellites, blackout radio signals, and damage electrical equipment.

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  • This agreement was drafted with a view to reducing tariffs and thereby promoting trade in computers, telecommunications equipment, copiers, radio and video technology and related components.

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  • So what we're doing now is we're taking inventory of all the vessels that have presented themselves to determine which ones can go out in deep water -- they've got radio, they've got full equipment, they can actually lay out boom, they can engage in skimming -- which ones aren't able to do that, and that process is going to be coordinated.

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  • Harris makes communications products such as satellite and other wireless networks, transcommunication equipment, air control systems, and mobile radio network systems.

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  • Chip vendors will be building more device chips and cell site radio chips, infrastructure companies are selling more cell site equipment, and since WiMAX and LTE are both IP-based networks, network back-ends will be converted from traditional switches to routers so there are opportunities for companies that make routers.

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  • If it had the equipment and personnel for the job, the United States could broadcast radio programs for the Pashtuns commemorating Rahman Baba's life and poetry, thus helping to revive the collective memory of Sufism and inspiring opposition to the Taliban.

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  • The qubits were "programmed" using radio pulses, and the results of the calculations read using nuclear magnetic resonance imaging equipment, the same kind of machine a medical doctor might use to look inside at an injured head.

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  • In 2000, our Governor determined that we should implement the first statewide digital trunked radio system in the United States, utilizing primarily Motorola mobiles, portables and base station equipment which was then state of the art.

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