apparecchio radio plurionda

  • 1aereo — 1a·è·re·o agg., s.m. AU 1. agg., dell aria, formato d aria: spazi aerei Sinonimi: gassoso. 2. agg., fig., etereo: è una creatura aerea | un discorso aereo, campato in aria Sinonimi: lieve | inconsistente, vano. 3. agg., che sta nell aria, sospeso …

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  • 2radiogrammofono — ra·dio·gram·mò·fo·no s.m. TS tecn. apparecchio radio corredato di giradischi {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1931. ETIMO: comp. di 1radio e grammofono …

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  • 3autoradio — {{hw}}{{autoradio}}{{/hw}}s. f. inv. 1 Apparecchio radioricevente per autoveicoli. 2 Autoveicolo munito di apparecchio radio ricevente e trasmittente …

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  • 4radiosveglia — {{hw}}{{radiosveglia}}{{/hw}}s. f. Apparecchio radio la cui accensione all ora desiderata è comandata da un orologio a sveglia …

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  • 5radiotaxi — {{hw}}{{radiotaxi}}{{/hw}}o radiotassì s. m. Auto pubblica munita di apparecchio radio ricevente e trasmittente, che viene indirizzata sul luogo richiesto da una centrale cui fanno capo tutte le chiamate dei clienti …

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  • 6radio — 1rà·dio s.f.inv., agg.inv. 1. s.f.inv. FO TS telecom. → 1radiofonia| agg.inv. → 1radiofonico 2. s.f.inv. FO anche con iniz. maiusc., ente statale od organizzazione privata che provvede a trasmettere radiofonicamente notizie, programmi musicali,… …

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  • 7radio — radio1 / radjo/ [abbrev. di radiofonia e radiotelegrafia ], invar. ■ s.f. 1. (telecom.) [sistema di comunicazione fondato sulla trasmissione di radioonde: la storia della r. ] ▶◀ radiocomunicazione, radiodiffusione, radiofonia, radiotrasmissione …

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  • 8radio ham — {n. phr.} Someone whose hobby is the operating of shortwave radio. * /The code letters C.Q. are used by radio hams to invite other radio hams to join in the conversation./ …

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  • 9radio ham — {n. phr.} Someone whose hobby is the operating of shortwave radio. * /The code letters C.Q. are used by radio hams to invite other radio hams to join in the conversation./ …

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  • 10CB radio — CB CB n. same as {citizens band}; that portion of the radio frequency spectrum allocated by the FCC for the use of individual citizens for short distance personal or business use, from either fixed or mobile stations. Also used attributively, as… …

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  • 11Citizens Radio Service — citizens band citizens band n. that portion of the radio frequency spectrum allocated by the FCC for the use of individual citizens for short distance personal or business use, from either fixed or mobile stations. Abreviated CB. Called also… …

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  • 12Radio- — Ra di*o (r[=a] d[i^]*[ o] ), a. 1. Of or pertaining to, or employing, or operated by, radiant energy, specifically that of electromagnetic waves with frequencies between those of infrared radiation and X rays; hence, pertaining to, or employed in …

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  • 13Radio- — Ra di*o (r[=a] d[i^]*[ o] ). A combining form indicating connection with, or relation to, a radius or ray; specifically (Anat.), with the radius of the forearm; as, radio ulnar, radio muscular, radio carpal. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 14radio — electronic device electronic device n. a device depending on the principles of electronics and using the manipulation of electron flow for its operation. [PJC] Note: Numerous electronic devices are in daily use, among them the {television},… …

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  • 15radio beacon — Beacon Bea con (b[=e] k n), n. [OE. bekene, AS. be[ a]cen, b[=e]cen; akin to OS. b[=o]kan, Fries. baken, beken, sign, signal, D. baak, OHG. bouhhan, G. bake; of unknown origin. Cf. {Beckon}.] 1. A signal fire to notify of the approach of an enemy …

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  • 16Radio-flagellata — Ra di*o flag el*la ta (r[=a] d[i^]*[ o]*fl[a^]j [e^]l*l[=a] t[.a]), n. pl. [NL. See {Radiate}, and {Flagellata}.] (Zo[ o]l.) A group of Protozoa having both flagella and pseudopodia. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 17airborne radio relay — Airborne equipment used to relay radio transmission from selected originating transmitters …

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  • 18Armed Forces Radio and Television Service — A worldwide radio and television broadcasting organization that provides US military commanders overseas and at sea with sufficient electronic media resources to effectively communicate theater, local, Department of Defense, and Service unique… …

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  • 19Military Affiliate Radio System — A program conducted by the Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force in which amateur radio stations and operators participate in and contribute to the mission of providing auxiliary and emergency communications on a local, national, or… …

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  • 20radio and wire integration — The combining of wire circuits with radio facilities. Also called RWI …

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