|hazardous emissions from radar and broadcasting||electronic smog|
|(in Airplanes) electronic device that transmits a 4-digit identification code to the scanning surface radar in order to identify itself as "friendly" aircraft||IFF (Identification Friend or Foe)|
|(symbol) lambda, broadcasting wavelength, length of a wave (Physics, Electronics), length of wave cycle||wavelength|
|acquiring, act of acquiring; purchase, something acquired or obtained, additions department, company department, locating by radar, new possession, skill development||acquisition|
|act of giving away something to someone esle, act of surrendering of a person; act of giving up authority or property; (in Broadcasting) transfer to another person of control of the commentary during a broadcast, transfer of commentary||handover|
|act of turning off all the lights; power failure; loss of consciousness, loss of electric light, loss of radio communication, period of extinguishing or hiding lights, withdrawal of broadcasting, withholding of information||blackout|
|act of writing sets of instructions for a computer or other device, act of writing computer applications, broadcasting of programs, creating of computer programs, programing||programming|
|action to avoid detection, furtive or clandestine movement, sneakiness, furtiveness, virtually undetectable by radar||stealth|
|agent or means of transmission, conveyer; broadcasting device, part of broadcasting equipment, telephone part||transmitter|
|aircraft landing in stormy weather in which the pilot is provided with precise guidance for the final approach in landing using surveillance precision approach radar||gca (Ground-Controlled Approach)|
|airport surveillance radar||ASR|
|alteration of the frequency of transmitting waves to reduce static in the transmitted sound or image, method of radio broadcasting||frequency modulation|
|American Broadcasting Company, atomic biological chemical; based on nuclear bacterial or chemical methods (of weapons)||ABC|
|American television broadcasting network||NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation)|
|amplitude modulation; broadcasting through variations in the width of the radio wave (Electricity), anno mundi, ante meridiem; morning, time before noon; hours between midnight and noon; nickname for a morning newspaper (distributed very late at night)...||AM|
|area containing explosive mines, area filled with hidden explosives, hazardous situation||minefield|
|area monitored by traffic police, radar trap||speed trap|
|area of ban, hazardous area||exclusion zone|
|assessment, valuation; rank, grade, classification; percentage of the audience who tune in to a particular program (Broadcasting), classification of somebody by occupation, credit standing, list showing size of an audience, performance limit of a machine||rating|
|assign to a particular post or position, appoint, broadcasting building, broadcasting channel, local branch of an organization, military or government settlement in India, military posting, place on ship for crew member, place where ship is sent, posit...||station|
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