radio microphone

radio microphone

n
(Broadcasting) a microphone incorporating a radio transmitter so that the user can move around freely
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So he hung on very long with the ball and Stephen Kikumu first and then Leonard Mambo Mbotela had no option but to keep cooing "Kadenge na mpira" into the radio microphone.
With her radio microphone ripped off during the fight, Madden wasn't able to call for backup.
Using over 30 cameras, the referees have all the angles of the game covered and are available to the on-field referee who can communicate directly with them via their radio microphone. VAR can however only be used in four "match-changing situations": allow or disallow goals, award or deny penalties, show or withdraw red cards and correct cases of mistaken identity.
There are more than 100 cast members and in an ideal world every single one of them would have their own radio microphone.
Dorkingresident Christian O'Connell will be hanging up his Absolute Radio microphone on Friday (May 18) when he bows out to move to a station in Australia.
My first experience behind a radio microphone was at the local university campus station.
Six microphones are strategically placed in the ceiling and the teacher wears a radio microphone (which has no cables) around her neck.
SRD can be called such facilities as: cordless headphone, intruder alarm, radio microphone, smart meter, telemetry, medical device, RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) and etc.
President Ronald Reagan once made a tasteless joke about bombing the Soviet Union while standing before a Public Radio microphone. The statement didn't go on the air, but it was recorded and leaked it to news media, and the Soviet military went on alert.
The error was caused by a radio microphone inadvertently being left on outside our studio," the Daily Mirror quoted a BBC spokeswoman, as saying.