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In the News (Wed 22 Oct 14)

  
  Radio
The radio audience is approximately of 17 million listeners, a figure that has remained stable during the last two years (1994 and 1993).
With the union of these two, the resulting network, also called Radio Nacional de España, became the biggest medium, with regard to budget, number of stations and personnel, although its audience level is at certain hours somewhat inferior to that of the private networks.
Conventional radio as a whole is followed by a total of 14,051,000 listeners, while the rest listen to musical programmes.
www.sispain.org /english/media/radio.html   (950 words)

  
 VLBI and Radio Astronomy
Each European telescope was connected to its country's advanced research network, and the data routed at 32 Mbps per telescope across GEANT, the pan-European research network and the Dutch network, SURFnet.
Multiple radio telescopes located across the earth are used simultaneously in a powerful array to record data from a radio source, such as a distant quasar.
The Haystack Observatory at MIT is one of the pioneers in the field of Very-Long-Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) in radio astronomy.
science.internet2.edu /vlbi.html   (1677 words)

  
 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
"U. inspectors believe Iraq has produced two to four times the amount of biological agents it declared, and has failed to account for more than three metric tons of material that could be used to produce biological weapons.
That was not just U. intelligence, that was the U. inspectors, and we already knew that this was somebody who had used them in the past and as President Clinton said when he directed an attack on Iraq in December of 1998, there is every reason to believe he would use them again.
Indeed, the fact that it has taken us this long to find the evidence is a chilling reminder that these programs are far too easy to move, and, I believe, far too easy to hide.
www.carnegieendowment.org /static/npp/bush_admin_quotes.cfm   (13344 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "How Radio Works"
Even though radio waves are invisible and completely undetectable to humans, they have totally changed society.
Whether we are talking about a cell phone, a baby monitor, a cordless phone or any one of the thousands of other wireless technologies, all of them use radio waves to communicate.
Things like communication and navigation satellites would be impossible without radio waves, as would modern aviation -- an airplane depends on a dozen different radio systems.
electronics.howstuffworks.com /radio.htm   (264 words)

  
 Welcome to Ham Radio
You'll hear lots of stories about why amateur radio operators are called "hams," but there is no proof for any of the competing claims, and the simple truth is that no one knows for sure.
Lists of upcoming test sessions in your area are available on request from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) at 1-800-32-NEWHAM or by e-mail to ead@arrl.org.
The ARRL (American Radio Relay League) is the major national organization of ham radio operators in the United States, with more than 160,000 members, a nationwide volunteer "field organization," public service and emergency networks, Washington representation and much, much more.
www.cq-amateur-radio.com /cqphp1.html   (1257 words)

  
 ANRG Sensor Networks Bibliography
On the connectivity modeling and the tradeoffs between reliability and energy efficiency in large scale wireless sensor networks.
On the Many-to-One Transport Capacity of a Dense Wireless Sensor Network and the Compressibility of Its Data.
This list is not meant to be a "complete" listing of all sensor network papers.
ceng.usc.edu /~bkrishna/teaching/SensorNetBib.html   (6961 words)

  
 About Us @ HKVP Radio
Only three years old, HKVP Radio is becoming an influential voice in the Chinese entertainment industry and is redefining the way entertainment is marketed to the Chinese.
With HKVP Radio, Anni hoped to reignite the golden era of Cantonese pop and serve an untapped market in America: Chinese-Americans.
Last but certainly not least, she is a HUGE fan of HKVP Radio and finds immense personal satisfaction in contributing a small part to the betterment of the Hong Kong and Asian American music industry.
www.hkvpradio.com /aboutus   (1169 words)

  
 Radio-Locator: Frequently Asked Questions
They are listed more or less in the order of how often they are asked.
To find a list of radio stations near your city, please use the Radio Station Locator.
Be aware, however, that there are a few individuals out there who have copied our list of radio stations to their own web sites and have since neglected to update those lists.
www.radio-locator.com /cgi-bin/page?page=faq   (664 words)

  
 Bush Lies...
Of course "us" didn't since it has already been established that "us" was not in the room at the time of the conversation.
Hence, he will tell us what he is going to do, like get his proposed tax cut from the surplus, then try to get his proposed tax cut from military and medicare funds, instead.
Seven US Senators later referred to the story during debate; the motion for war passed by just five votes.
www.bushwatch.com /bushlies.htm   (7102 words)

  
 NPR Everywhere - HD Radio - FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Satellite radio is a subscription service that requires users to pay monthly fees for content delivered to them from networks of satellites.
HD Radio broadcasting is commonly referred to as "terrestrial digital radio" because it operates compatibly with the same frequencies AM and FM stations are on currently.
You can find information about HD Radio receivers as well as a list of stations currently broadcasting using HD Radio technology in the How to Listen section of the site.
www.npr.org /everywhere/digital/faq.html   (286 words)

  
 What is network? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
Introduction to networking, a run-through of networking terms and lingo, and descriptions of networking hardware.
This form of networking is useful for transferring files from a notebook computer to a desktop, transferring files to a new computer, or sharing a printer.
Outlines the principal networking technologies in general and the various solutions devised to support home networking in particular.
webopedia.com /TERM/n/network.html   (858 words)

  
 PressThink
Inside the borders of Blogistan (a real place with all the problems of a real place) we're closer to a vision of 'producer democracy' than we are to any of the consumerist views that long ago took hold in the mass media, including much of the journalism presented on that platform." More...
The journalists who offer us strategy news do not know what public service they are providing, why they are providing it, for whom it is intended, or how we are supposed to use this strange variety of news."More...
He Said, She Said, We Said: "When journalists avoid drawing open conclusions, they are more vulnerable to charges of covert bias, of having a concealed agenda, of not being up front about their perspective, of unfairly building a case (for, against) while pretending only to report 'what happened.'" More...
journalism.nyu.edu /pubzone/weblogs/pressthink   (7498 words)

  
 MPB - Radio - Main
Mississippi Public Broadcasting Radio is comprised of eight radio stations providing coverage to a majority of the state: Biloxi, WMAH 90.3; Booneville, WMAE 89.5; Bude, WMAU 88.9; Greenwood, WMAO,90.9; Jackson, WMPN 91.3; Meridian, WMAW 88.1; Mississippi State, WMAB 89.9, Ole Miss, WMAV 90.3.
Public Broadcasting Radio regularly records and airs musical concerts primarily symphony or classical music concerts on location throughout in the state as part of the "Mississippi Concert Hall" series.
MPB Radio provides Public Service Announcements which are read throughout the broadcast day, promoting cultural and educational activities of communities throughout the state.
www.etv.state.ms.us /radio/index.htm   (321 words)

  
 Tribune Radio Networks
Pat Hughes and Ron Santo are in the booth to describe all the action.
Ron is a true living legend, a member of the 1969 Cubs, one of 20 players selected to the Cubs "All-Century Team," and one of three Cubs whose number has been retired.
From Pat's dramatic descriptions and Ron's heartfelt commentary to the attendance game and listener faxes and e-mails, their call is always enjoyable no matter what happens on the field.
www.tribuneradio.com /cubs.htm   (215 words)

  
 Corante: technology, business, media, law, and culture news from the blogosphere
Contact Us Corante is a trusted, unbiased source on technology, business, law, science, and culture that’s authored by leading commentators and thinkers in their respective fields.
Ten years ago there were a lot of small outfits in the US that were doing custom synthesis, taking on all kinds of nickel-and-dime work, but if they've survived until now they've done it by branching out into things that the Indian and Chinese firms can't undercut them on.
Drawn from a list of more than a thousand nominations submitted by readers, the final list includes quite a few from the extended Corante family and apparently drew more than 100,000 votes in just its first day.
www.corante.com   (2165 words)

  
 Sell your home with ERA Boston Real Estate Group - Making Everyday An Open House
When you list with us, your property will be on display in our featured properties area and seen by literally thousands of new homebuyers who visit our site each day.
To market specific property listings and create greater area brand name awareness we also advertise aggressively in local area print media, most notably, The Boston Globe, which is the standard venue for Open House and property listing ads.
When you list with us, there are a variety of local, grass roots marketing tactics that come standard.
www.bostonrealestate.net /SellYourHome   (1155 words)

  
 Jon's Radio
For those of us who act as agents of technological change, it's tempting to chalk up resistance to fear of change.
Services that connect to people will succeed best when they can adapt to the cognitive differences that make all of us unique.
As we reported last week, Groove Networks showed me its much-anticipated SOAP API, which will be called Groove Web Services, and it's a beautiful thing to behold.
weblog.infoworld.com /udell/categories/radio   (1931 words)

  
 MobileRead Networks - PDA-friendly list of streaming radio sites
Not only can you listen on connected laptops, and on many specialty gadgets, but with applications like Pocket Tunes they are available to pda users with wifi or wireless network connections.
For those who are Comcast cable internet subscribers, you may not realize it, but you probably have free Rhapsody streaming radio for your desktop as part of your service.
It requires their client to be installed, but it's nice and may be compatible with streaming media receivers using the PC as the server (it works with my omni-whateveritscalled unit and I stream to my stereo remotely and control stations from my living room).
www.mobileread.com /forums/showthread.php?p=23418   (370 words)

  
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Whether or not any of us agree about each particular decision made to prevent public access to sensitive information, it is the Electronic Frontier Foundation's responsibility to chart any such efforts so that we as a society are at least aware of what is no longer available to us.
U.S. stockpiles of offensive germ warfare agents were destroyed nearly three decades ago as part of the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention.
The US has been secretly sending prisoners suspected of al-Qaida connections to countries where torture during interrogation is legal, according to US diplomatic and intelligence sources.
www.eff.org /Censorship/Terrorism_militias/antiterrorism_chill.html   (13711 words)

  
 The World Wide Web Virtual Library: Broadcasters
Send these to a suitable newsgroup or mailing list instead, such as the rec.arts.tv or rec.radio.broadcasting newsgroups.
Includes TV channels (e.g., listed by theme) and radio stations.
A very comprehensive resource including World TV, US TV, major TV links and the ultimate TV list with a WWW pages resource list.
archive.museophile.sbu.ac.uk /broadcast   (667 words)

  
 Wiley::The GSM Evolution: Mobile Packet Data Services
In the context of the evolution towards 3rd Generation (3G) mobile radio networks, packet switched data services like the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and the Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) are currently being introduced into GSM and TDMA/136 systems world-wide.
For network operators, equipment vendors and system integrators dimensioning rules have to be developed to plan and estimate the needed radio capacity that is needed for the predicted amount of user data.
Ideal for all practitioners in the area of mobile radio and networking, network operators, planners, system integrators, vendors and application developers, researchers in the area of mobile radio and networking and also electrical engineering and computer science students, content providers, technical managers, regulators and sales personnel.
www.wiley.com /remtitle.cgi?isbn=0470848553   (360 words)

  
 9412 - The Rock Station :: Classic Rock That Matters - Internet Radio
Just use our entry form to tell us the correct answer and listen to see if your name is picked from all of the correct choices.
All you have to do is tune into 9412 on your home computer and set the speakers up in a window or take your wireless network outside.
Everyone who sends pictures of their party to us will be entered into a drawing.
www.9412.com   (1267 words)

  
 C++ Applications
It is a list of systems, applications, and libraries that a reader might have some familiarity with, that might give a novice an idea what is being done with C++, or that I simply thought "cool".
No I will not list an application before it is in wide-spread use (sorry); this list is meant to demonstrate major use and as such it would be weakened by including new products.
I make no pretensions of "fairness", such as promising to list all competing products in an area if I list one -- this is a list trying to give an overall impression, not a list to help you select a product.
www.research.att.com /~bs/applications.html   (2995 words)

  
 Microtech - sales | testimonials | premiere radio networks - CD Duplication, DVD Duplicators, Disc ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Premiere Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Clear Channel, is one of the largest radio syndicates in the U.S., distributing top-rated talk shows including those by Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Rush Limbaugh, and Jim Rome as well as music and entertainment programs by national celebrities such as Rick Dees and Leeza Gibbons.
Test Run One of the companies Premiere was talking to, Microtech Systems, offered to bring equipment to the radio network's headquarters and let them try it out for 30 days free of charge.
Today, Premiere Radio ships close to 75,000 CDs a month and finds it can produce several thousand CDs every day.
www.microtech.com /sales/testimonials/premiere_radio_networks/index.asp   (639 words)

  
 Stratex Networks - About Us - Our Technology
The Glossary lists common words and acronyms relating to microwave and wireless technology.
FAQs is a list of frequently asked microwave questions.
Resource for designing and planning SDH/SONET broadband networks, backhaul for mobile radio networks such as GSM, transmission links for TETRA networks, TV and utility networks and Wireless Local Loop networks.
www.stratexnet.com /about_us/our_technology   (94 words)

  
 US Radio Stations, US Web Radio Stations, and US Broadcasting Stations - SHG Resources
Offers access to Web sites of US radio broadcasting stations by state.
Provide an index to FM and AM radio stations available in the United States, all public and private radio stations are indexed by city with call frequency, description, location, and category.
The broadcasting industry is exciting and rewarding, and its competitive core ensures a successful career for the trained and motivated individual.
www.shgresources.com /resources/radio   (476 words)

  
 Palm - Solutions - Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Bluetooth® wireless networking technology is built into a variety of devices, such as computers, printers, handhelds, mobile managers, smartphones, headsets, and mobile phones, and uses low-power radio frequencies to transfer information wirelessly between Bluetooth devices within a 30-foot radius.
Using Bluetooth® wireless technology you can connect your Treo™ smartphone to a Bluetooth-enabled headset or car-kit without cords or cables.
At work, connect wirelessly to a Bluetooth LAN Access Point or a Bluetooth-enabled PC to surf the Internet, check email or sync up with company data over the network.
www.palm.com /us/wireless/bluetooth   (473 words)

  
 Media power grab looms in the US
Their plan is not so crude as an outright government takeover of the US media -- TV and radio stations plus cable, newspapers and magazines.
But they're overmatched in most markets by the weight of existing controlled media: ClearChannel, Fox, TimeWarner, Disney/ABC, cable TV networks, and the giant newspaper chains that dominate most midsized cities in the US.
The FCC will probably tilt the playing field of US journalism sharply to the right on Monday.
www.theinquirer.net /?article=9777   (322 words)

  
 New York Radio Stations - FM Stations Listed by Frequency
Many radio stations broadcast live over the internet using streaming audio technology.
If it is not already installed on your system, you can download the free RealPlayer to play.ra or.ram files from the Real Networks website.
If it is not already installed on your system, you can download the free Microsoft Windows Media Player to play.asf or.asx files from the Microsoft Windows Media Player website.
www.nyradioguide.com /freqlist.htm   (114 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Linksys WMP11 Wireless-B PCI Card: Electronics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Outside of the home, wireless networking is available in hotspots at coffee shops, businesses, airports -- great when you're on the road and need to get some work done.
Now that you've decided to create a wireless network, the next step is to figure out which wireless standard to use.
For wireless networking, there are three standards to choose from at this time:
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005QFYE?v=glance   (1745 words)

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