A recording made of a live radio broadcast for filing purposes at the broadcasting facility.


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ALIVE

A term referring to a circuit in which a current is flowing. Also referred to as live.

MESS

1. An eating place aboard ship. 2. A group of crew who live and eat together.

MOTOR SAILOR

A sailboat, with minimal rig and powerful motor, ideal as a live aboard.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM

A system used in a closed area, especially a spacecraft or submarine, to permit life to be sustained; the system provides the occupants with a suitably controlled atmosphere to permit them to live and work in the area.

FLOATING AXLE

A live axle used to turn the wheels of an automotive vehicle; the weight of the vehicle is borne by housings at the ends of a fixed axle.

PLASTIC BONDING

The joining of plastics by heat, solvents, adhesives, pressure, or radio frequency.

OUTPUT-METER ADAPTER

Device that can be slipped over the plate prong of the output tube 385 output-meter adapter output power of a radio receiver to provide a conventional terminal to which an output meter can be connected during alignment.

OUTPUT INDICATOR

A meter or other device that is connected to a radio receiver to indicate variations in output signal strength for alignment and other purposes, without indicating the exact value of output.

MIRROR INTERFEROMETER

An interferometer used in radio astronomy, in which the sea surface acts as a mirror to reflect radio waves up to a single antenna, where the reflected waves interfere with the waves arriving directly from the source.

LISTENING STATION

A radio or radar receiving station that is continuously manned for various purposes, such as for radio direction finding or for gaining information about enemy electronic devices.

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