In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1direccionaldirectional antenna / (British) aerial — antena dirigida feminine
- The Comtac features dual microphones, giving you directional hearing and an interface for boom mike and radio interconnection, but my favorite feature is the on/off volume control.
- The third new product is a wall-mounted, directional patch antenna designed to improve indoor communications that experience poor reception.
- I made recordings using a Sony TCD - 5 Pro tape recorder and an AKG ck9 directional microphone before and after the playback.
- That was a plus-he wouldn't be immediately identified as American, but if the opposition had a directional microphone, which could even pick up whispers, the ruse would be up.
- Intense fiber optic lighting is also necessary, though directional light from focusable light guides is insufficient; the use of a fiber optic ring light is optimal.
- Simply put, the system divides the orchestra pit into ten acoustical zones and the stage into fourteen, each governed by a directional microphone.
- The viewing screen can be shaded to an extent from the sun or other directional light sources, by means of baffles, but the basic problem remains.
- Students who could mount cheap directional antennae on their roofs and point them at DP would be able to connect to the campus network from all over the city with little more than a tin can, a bit of antenna cable and a wireless card.
- Nanotechnology had made them nothing more than a single in-ear headphone with a directional microphone.
- One thing: even if you use a blimped camera and scream for silence on the set, make sure you have a directional microphone with good frequency response, and check levels.
- Meanwhile, you're standing fifty yards away with a sneer, a telephoto lens and a directional microphone.
- They are still there, using directional microphones and long-distance camera lenses to record the comings and goings of the locals.
- And there's a chance that the box might have some kind of radio emanations that reveal the raw, unencrypted data to an attacker who has a good radio and directional antenna.
- Typically, the land mobile radio technician uses a directional wattmeter connected in the transmission line to measure the forward and reflected power.
- In the study, cochlear implant users who used directional microphones improved their speech understanding by 11.7%.
- As for communications equipment, the snipers need small, easily packable radios and a good directional antenna to allow for longer-range communications.
- By illuminating areas that are prone to shadows with strong directional lights you'll find that the room opens up even further.
- These directional fluorescent lights suggest that this is not the destination, so one is guided along to the upper gallery.
- ABC's Diane Sawyer did something interesting the other night, using a directional mike to play a tape of what it actually sounded like in that room.
- The LSO didn't see the ship turning, because it was nighttime and the directional gyro lights in the landing Control Station were burnt out, which made the gauge hard to use for quick reference.
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