The North Carolina facility began in 1962 as a NASA satellite tracking station and then was handed over to the Department of Defense, which installed a 12-meter-wide radio antenna
to collect classified data during the Cold War.
22 rimfire guns out of automobile radio antenna
sections wrapped in brass wire from the hardware store.
A wireless, paperless, "hands-free" technology that IDs each vehicle, its location, and the fluids dispensed to it, Multi-Pump has a GPS antenna and a radio antenna
A group of people who live on the block have been petitioning the city to remove the radio antenna
after the Department of Buildings ruled that it was illegal under the area's zoning laws.
The phone's embedded FM radio antenna
eliminates the use of a handsfree headset, which is a big plus.
If your power radio antenna
won't go up and down anymore, the problem is either a burned-out motor or the geared cable inside the mast.
I mark my 2003 Ford Focus by tying a ribbon of red fluorescent surveyor's tape m tip of its radio antenna
Another man is said to have broken a car window and snapped off a radio antenna
from the roof of a vehicle.
Also new is Exatec Backlite Technology, which uses an in-mold film insert with preprinted electrical circuitry to incorporate rear-window heating/defrosting or a radio antenna
into the molded glazing.
A ham radio antenna
sticks to the side of the vehicle, and he reaches out to others through his radio while on the road.
Besides a radio antenna
, this devise has a second antenna so the GPS unit can receive satellite signals.
Standard equipment includes tinted windows, a radio antenna
embedded in the windshield, front power windows, CD player and RDS radio.