radio aerial


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Noun1.radio aerial - omnidirectional antenna comprising the part of a radio receiver by means of which radio signals are receivedradio aerial - omnidirectional antenna comprising the part of a radio receiver by means of which radio signals are received
nondirectional antenna, omnidirectional antenna - an antenna that sends or receives signals equally in all directions
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I miss the whiff of candlesmoked raw turnip; it was so old-school naff British; like a wire coat hanger doubling as a car radio aerial or a school exercise book backed in your surplus spare room wallpaper.
One of Liam's colleagues had the job of climbing on the roof to erect a radio aerial while he was in full view of snipers.
BlueNRG has best-in-class low power consumption, and saves space when teamed with the BALF-NRG companion chip for connecting the radio aerial.
Fans will notice the differences at the front but the painted roof rails, the shark fin radio aerial and the tinted privacy glass on the model I was driving add a real splash of glamour.
Indeed, the only nod to its sportier peers is the radio aerial perched rather racily on the roof as if an afterthought to some kind of auto fashion trend.
The product, called the HEDD1 consists of a radio aerial on a handle and is made in Bulgaria.
The 'Unity External SharkFin Antenna' is the world's first nine-band system that reads a variety of signals, including CDMA and GPS, while incorporating a conventional analog radio aerial.
Paterson has used Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata as her sublime familiar and a radio aerial for the broomstick that propels the artist through the huge inner space of semantic resonance, just as the dark realm of space is made real by the fragility of the tiny space craft on this 40th anniversary of the first moon landings.
Research also shows evidence of inmates fashioning everyday items such as teaspoons and a radio aerial into lethal weapons which could be used in attacks on other prisoners.
Research also shows inmates making lethal weapons from everyday items such as teaspoons and a radio aerial which could be used in attacks on other prisoners.
Others have been fined or cautioned for trying to sabotage cars, including putting nails stuck in Mars bars under their tyres, stealing a CB radio aerial and kicking vehicles.
The carpet was in tatters, the radio aerial was a coat hanger, and the operator was required to squeeze in the missing driver's side window, since the door latch didn't work.

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