radioscope


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radioscope

(ˈreɪdɪəʊˌskəʊp)
n
(General Physics) an instrument, such as a fluoroscope, capable of detecting radiant energy
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Tenders are invited for Works contract for remote support services for real time radioscope (rtr) at bhel trichy for 2018-20
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The AAAMC's archival holdings include sound recordings of the radio programs RadioScope and Hip-Hop Countdown & Report, sound recordings of interviews donated by hip-hop journalist Harry Allen, research materials and video footage donated by researcher Miles White, video recordings of the DMC World DJ Championships and other celebrated hip-hop club DJs, and promotional photographs of rap artists.
Simone Monesabian, a former hip-hop journalist at RadioScope who served as a prosecutor in the Rwanda Media Trial, states, "If there was ever a textbook cases for broadcasting genocide, RTLM's emissions after 6 April 1994 fit the bill--chapter and verse" (Monasebian 2007: 308).
The base curve measurement was done with the help of Radioscope, Shin Nippon - ONOSOKKI, Japan.
The report is actually an electronic companion to Bailey's flagship Radioscope urban entertainment broadcasts, which air in three-and-a-half minute segments and for an hour on weekends over about 110 urban radio stations nationwide.
Much of what is published in the EUR is compiled from the news gathering efforts of the Radioscope staff.
RadioScope, the Hip-Hop Countdown & Report, and Inside Gospel are the current ongoing programs.
Approximately 30 devicesLot 2 2 Video processors with "very high range" cold light + 1 echo linear endoscope + 1 echo radioscope + 1 echo broncho scope + 2 compatible sonographersLot 3 1 processor and 5 videocystoscopes.