squitters

squitters

(ˈskwɪtəz)
pl n
the squitters slang diarrhoea
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On the other hand, ADS-B data link standards mainly include the universal access transceiver (UAT) and the 1090 MHz Extended Squitters (1090 ES) [16-17].
[17] RTCA DO-260A, "Minimum Operational Performance Standard for 1090 MHz Extended Squitter ADS-B and TIS-B," 2002.
Some swear that UAT will go away and 1090ES squitters used by the airlines and high-flying aircraft will ultimately be the standard--or '411111 that government never gives anything away for free (referring to weather)--at least not for long.
This will get you access to all airspace other than Class A, in which a 1090 MHz extended squitter (1090ES) transceiver will be required.
"They're a bit smelly." Back at the caravan we scrubbed the boys' hands again and again, imagining a week of juvenile squitters ahead of us.
All the TCAS, Mode S squitters, and SSR replies are on 1090.
If Fiat emits a wee botty cough then, sure as Italian armies retreat, the rest of Italy gets the squitters. As you all know, without Fiat there would be no Fezzas, no Masers either.
On the power and in the bends, there are no jitters to give you the squitters, but a slightly soft, huggy feel and the tyres and suspension come over all smooth.