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short-wave

[ˈʃɔːtˌweɪv] ADJ (Rad) → de onda corta

short-wave

[ˈʃɔːtˌweɪv] adj (radio) → a onde corte
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He explained that later, the network will be converted when construction works completed to the fiber-optic network that will be installed in the region, which will provide high levels of quality while the short-wave system will turn to the reserve system to be used for emergency.
He went up into the attic and found his cousin's short-wave radio station, and knowing nothing about the protocols and etiquette of amateur broadcasting, he turned on the set, picked up the hand-held microphone and began to ask, 'Is anybody there?
The absence of long-wave will also affect 90,000 homes in rural areas which cannot currently receive Radio 4 on short-wave.
The monitoring was carried out to evaluate short-wave radio communication sites with respect to the quality of reception and to get an overview of spectral occupancy within the frequency range from 1.
Fearing's letter, the Crosley Corporation inaugurated its short-wave transmitter (WLWO) in 1940 and added German broadcasts in 1941, three years after NBC, Westinghouse and GE had coordinated their German and other foreign language broadcasts.
The society was founded in 1932 by pioneering short-wave radio-transmitting enthusiasts who had been sharing their then hi-tech hobby since the late 1920s.
The QUV has been used to test the weatherability of automotive coatings for nearly three decades by simulating damage caused by short-wave UV.
The Voice of America Arabic short-wave service Welch would like to bring back operated seven hours a day to an estimated audience of 1.
Like the company's well-known Wave-scan DOI model, this new instrument measures long-wave and short-wave surface irregularities.
As campus security becomes more of an issue for campus services officials across the country, some schools also are looking into a card-based technology that essentially runs on short-wave radio--a technology called the "proximity" card.
Collision warning systems enable sensors to monitor a vehicle's surroundings, detecting objects, pedestrians and cyclists using the 24 GHz short-wave radio frequency.
Scientists in Germany have found that the short-wave radiation emitted from mobile phone masts has ``undefined negative'' impact on homing pigeons.