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No, there are applications from many radio stations from all over the nation, as well as from foreign nations. Just download them from the store and listen.
There is only one Sony camcorder available on Radio Shack's website at this time and it is not an HD camcorder. I would check with your local Radio Shack to see what options they have.
Only if there is an app in the Apple app store for it.
You can only "get" XM radio on your "home radio" if you have a XM tuner and a paid subscription. The XM radio service is service satellite based and does not utilize the same system as FM or AM radio in your local area. You must have an XM receiver and an appropriate antenna in order to receive XM radio. There are a few "home radios" that contain an XM tuner and in those cases with a paid subscription, you could listen to XM radio in your home.
Only the newest iPod Nano I think does. But I know there are apps for iPod Touch and iPhone that connect to radio but they require WiFi or cellular connection
Yes, if you break a bone, you will receive medical treatment at a local clinic. The only reason this wouldn't be the case, is if you chose to seek help elsewhere.
No, the cb radio only works on the citizens band, aircraft use licensed private frequencies or faa regulated ones.
That would depend on their publishing contract. Usually only a few cents, but it adds up.
You do not need authorization to receive VHF, only to transmit. Most scanners can be programmed at home. 2-way radios usually require specialized equipment to program. So a radio expert should be contacted.
Depends where you are, if your in Amearica they are on quiet a few stations but if your in the UK its usually only radio 1 and a few local stations
2-way radio only means that all units can both send and receive, and they can be built to use almost any frequency.
Yes, but only for the radio station(If there is one at your local biztown, at mine there is)
No. Only a Catholic may, so the child would have to be received into the Church first, speak to your local priest to see what will be involved.
Not on a normal radio. Such radios are designed to receive only the signal of the frequency that they are tuned into. Different stations transmit on different frequencies so a radio will only pick up one at a time.
The radio time would stay on if you had the keys in the ignition but the ignition was only turned halfway.
You will want a wide band, if you are limited to only one. This allows for a greater breadth of signals you can receive on your shortwave radio, particularly since it will be a smaller portable unit.
They are also known by antennas and their job is to receive electromagnetic waves through the air, delivering them to the receptors. They are made of metal and have many shapes,but their purpose is only to work as a bridge between radio and TV stations, and the TV and radio receptors.
Check with your local housing authority. Generally only the person who qualifies for the voucher may receive it.
That only depends on whether the owner of the business wants to do it, and whether the customers complain. The radio stations love it . . . more ears for their commercials.
No. The only thing would be the clock and radio.
radio astronomers can collect data only after dark... :) this is not true because all that is needed to be done is for the astronomer to receive to their computers. now that is an epic answer... Kris forster...aka "dad" you suck. :)
They are not always different. If the communication is between two radios directly, only one frequency is used. This is called simplex operation. It works fine because only one radio is transmitting at a time. When two radios communicate through a repeater to increase the distance, the repeater must simultaneously receive from one radio while retransmitting the signal to the other radio. A single frequency would not work because the repeater would only hear its own output. So, two frequencies are used. This is called duplex operation. The above information is partially incorrect. Simplex and duplex do not refer to how many frequencies are used. They refer to the way traffic (data and voice) are sent and received. The reason for different receive and transmit frequencies is for retransmitting (like stated above) and for satellite communications. Satellites receive on one frequency, then modify, amplify, and retransmit the signal on a different frequency to prevent bleedover.
A two-way radio differs from a one-way radio in that it can both transmit and receive content. A one-way radio, on the other hand, can only handle one type of transmission at a time.
The only Radio Disney station in Arizona is in Phoenix. It's KMIK, at 1580 AM. If you're not close enough to Phoenix to receive that station, then you'll have to search "Radio Disney" on the internet, and find one of the streaming sources that let you listen to it on your computer.
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