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radio telephone

A type of radio tansmitter/receiver used for communicating with ships at sea from 1903 onward, before permanent cables were laid.
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Birlik's lawyer has filed a complaint against all the police officers who made those conversations recorded by radio telephones. He stated in his petition that the records clearly exposed the fact that his client's body was systematically dragged on official orders from a police chief.
I had to clear two exams each for the Student Pilot Licence (SPL) and Flight Radio Telephone Operator's License (FRTOL).
In 1962 it manufactured its first in-house electronic device - a pulse analyser for use in nuclear power plants - and in 1963 it started developing radio telephones for the army and emergency services.
So much so, the SP could not even find time to respond to RT (radio telephone) wireless message to reflect how unprofessional the top brass and echelons of the force to react are," he added.
Through www.simrad.com we located two distributors in South Florida: Atlantic Radio Telephone in Miami (305) 633-0650 and Commercial Marine Electronics in Fort Lauderdale (954) 943-6343.
They shared the driving, and Connie did a 16 hour day on the radio telephone.
"About an hour-and-a-half before an UNREP starts we establish communications with the ship on the radio telephone and by computer," said Vazquez.
Local telephone service is defined as access to a local telephone system and the privilege of telephonic-quality communication with substantially all persons having telephone or radio telephone stations in that system, as well as any service or facility provided in connection with local telephone service; see Sec.
Thanks to Aled Taylor for the picture' Llandudno RNLI members in 1990 are (back from left) Glyn Chambers, John Crawford, Carl Davies, Dan McCarthy and Nigel Forest' (second row) Irvine Williams, Goronwy Evans, Ian McNeil, Dan Jones, Kevin Jones, Bryn Jones, Leslie Lloyd-Jones, Les Jones, Davy Roberts, Glyn Jones and Martin Crawford' (third row) Hughie Hughes, Tony Frost, Meurig Davis, Dr Norman Roberts, Lieutenant Commander Ted Yates, Lionel Collis and Bob Smith' (front) Graham Heritage, Gareth Roberts, Gordon Short and Robin Holden' Eric Williams BEM of Llandudno instructs auxiliary coastguards in the use of the new radio telephone system in 1971' Chris Roberts sent us this picture of his taid, AA motorcyclist James Richards, at Horseshoe Pass in the 1950s or 1960s.
Most of the pirated goods were compact discs, computer games and textiles, as well as mobile and radio telephone spare parts and supplies, reported the Finnish news agency STT.
Specific applications include radio telephone handsets, vehicle intercom systems and mobile radio systems.
Far right, a radio telephone set designed for a fighting plane illustrates the state of the art in 1928.

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