Products/Services for Dynamo Emergency World Band Radios

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    Radios - (374 companies)
    Radios are communication systems that send and/or receive electromagnetic waves. Devices such as citizens’ band (CB) radios, walkie-talkies, and handie-talkies are two-way radios that can be used for interpersonal communications. Two-way...
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    Radio Modems - (163 companies)
    Frequency Bands and Radio Techniques. When selecting radio modems, buyers need to specify a frequency band. 900 MHz and 2.4 GHZ are unlicensed industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) bands that do not require FCC registration. For both, the maximum...
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    Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio Services - (30 companies)
    ...personnel use a digital cell phone system called terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA). There are two major bands for commercial transmission: AM radio and FM radio. Specifications. Specifications for terrestrial and satellite radio service providers include...
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    Radio Receiver ICs - (29 companies)
    Radio receiver ICs support worldwide radio band requirements, including frequency modulation (FM), FM radio data system (RDS), amplitude modulation (AM), long wave (LW), short wave (SW), and weather bands. These integrated circuits (ICs...
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    Emergency Call Systems - (66 companies)
    Certain emergency call systems are capable of automatically announcing emergency call alarms by transmitting a computer-generated voice to hand-held radios. Emergency call systems can also output to telephones, on-site pagers, subscription pagers...
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    Emergency Stop Switches - (178 companies)
    Emergency stop switches are devices that users manipulate to initiate the complete shutdown of a machine, system, or process. Actuation Type. Unlike regular stop switches, emergency stop switches are not solely dependent on springs. Instead...
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    Banding and Strapping - (246 companies)
    Strapping and banding are used to secure items for shipping or storage or as a clamp to secure an assembly together. Image Credit: Global Industrial. Banding and strapping are used to secure items for shipping or storage. Types of Banding...
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    Band Heaters - (153 companies)
    Band heaters are ring-shaped heaters that clamp onto a cylindrical object and heat via conductive heat transfer. Band heaters are ring-shaped heating devices that clamp around a cylindrical element. Heat transfer from band heaters occurs via...
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    Hose Clamps and Band Clamps - (341 companies)
    Hose clamps, hose clips and band clamps are used to secure hose or flexible tubing to a fitting. The clamp is placed around the hose, directly over the fitting. As the clamp is tightened, it clamps the inner diameter of the hose to the fitting...
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    Radio Transmitter ICs - (24 companies)
    ...frequency (UHF) applications. Other are designed for TV broadcasting, short-wave, or long-wave communications. VHF transmitters are designed for radio frequencies between 30 and 300 MHz. For television applications, there are two distinct bands. The TV...

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  • History of Telegraphy
    …an aerial power of about 300 kW from a specially designed d.c. dynamo driving his multiple … transmission experiments from Champagneux took place in 1914, just at the commencement of the First World War. .... the arc, and allowed the frequency of oscillations to be sustained within the band required for broadcast … range 1800– 2400 m (125–167 kHz), but inefficient at medium waves, including the emergency and general calling .... Source: Blake, ‘History of Radio Telegraphy and Telephony’, 1928 .
  • Auto ID Paradigm Shifts from Internet of Things to Unique Identification of Individual Decisions in System of Systems
    Regulating the use of radio spectrum has distinct advantages (defense, emergency , medicine) but the current quagmire may overshadow the benefits. .... essentially RFID but it can communicate over a broad (hence, ultra wide) spectrum ( band ) rather than fixed .... The lesson from the age of introduction of the electric dynamo [3] is ignored by the current … similar to RFID readers) were mounted on robots for search missions at the World Trade Center since…
  • Instrumental factors
    These have the very great advantage that they can cover the whole world daily. .... method (Conrath et al. 1970) uses the emission from ozone in the infrared band at 9.6 … S Blackett and I warmed to another, J A Ratcljffe, because of my hobby interest in radio . .... In emergencies at such times, my father was up and out of the house to lend his … works used many electric motors and generated its own power with two DC dynamos on the shafts…
  • 1998 Index Proceedings Of The Ieee Vols. 84-86
    …Scanning the past: Dugald C. Jackson: A pioneer electrical engineering educator; PROC Apr 98 744-745 Brittain, J.E. Scanning the past: John R. Carson and conservation of radio spectrum; PROC Jun 96 … and the rationalization of dynamo design; PROC Aug 98 … Haykin, S., PROC Sep 96 1295-1301 Charbonnier, F.M. External defibrillators and emergency external pacemakers; PROC .... Scanning the issue: Special issue on Ka- band propagation effects on earth-satellite links [intro.]; PROC Jun .... The World in 2020 (McRae, H.; 1994) [book review]; PROC Jan 96 88-89 Dorf, R.C…
  • Roamers on the sky
    Last, the sun in the center of the world remained even not to stand: The Universalität of gravitational laws shows us that our solar system must also rotate about something. .... and form of which we only perceive with naked eye as a sternreiches band on the sky … 27000 light years from the center of our galaxy in which the strong radio source Sagittarius A .... ( emergency so) Heavy Metal. .... One suspects that the magnetic field of the sun is generated through the dynamo effect of this…
  • AUTO ID FUTURE - FREQUENCY AGNOSTIC
    Regulating the use of the radio spectrum has distinct advantages (defence, emergency , medicine) but the current commercial quagmire may overshadow the benefits. .... is essentially RFID but it can communicate over a broad (hence, ultrawide) spectrum ( band ) rather than the .... The lesson learnt from the introduction of the electric dynamo is being ignored by the current drive … RFID readers) were mounted on robots and used in search missions at the World Trade Center —…
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  • Astrobiologie
    …that form the shock waves in turn in the corona, which cause Typ-II known radio bursts. .... Through the growth of the postal-Flare- Loops, displace themselves also its foot points in the chromosphere what fits in the optical region for observation that itself the bands of a two ribbon flares to remove during a Flareereignisses from each other. .... Ever mounted the world becomes, the, it becomes more vulnerable also concerning such events. .... slightly have to do with the rotation of stars (key word α ω−, dynamos ) also decreases the .... And read least emergency are planets in the habitablen zone about a chromosphärisch active Red dwarf of…
  • Electric Railways, 1880-1990
    …the latest news could be created, and given the appearance of being displayed on a moving band . .... The use of wireless to communicate with moving trains did not become standard until after World War Two, when portable radio transmitter-receivers became available, suitable for use on trains. .... The source of power was the normal axle-driven dynamos which generated low-voltage DC, mainly for … and to arrange for the train to be met by ambulances, police or relief crew in emergencies .