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  • n. The band of radio frequencies used by civil aviation

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Examples

  • But what's more interesting than the scores of airband tributes or Jackass copycats on YouTube that may or may not be a threat to traditional television is how teens 'embrace of digital technology is transforming the way that teens are teens and what this means to the adults in their lives.

    Anastasia Goodstein: Reflections On The Year in Youth Culture

  • Once on Thursday, when I was going home from airband practice and asked him to run sound.

    eros-archer Diary Entry

  • If any of you have seen Ron, could you please let him know I'm worried?! xo Twyla. also - Neil Diamond makes me airband in my room! i'm serious.

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • The men were carrying a radar receiver which doubles as an airband radio and high-powered binoculars.

    The Guardian World News

  • Hampton, from Keynsham, near Bristol, is understood to have been using a SBS-1eR receiver, described as "a secondary surveillance radar receiver, with a built-in airband radio", manufactured by a British aviation company,

    The Guardian World News

  • More worryingly the new Gigabit speed homeplug devices spew RF right up to UHF frequencies, destroying reception of VHF emergency services, low power UHF devices used for security, airband, maritime and amateur radio.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • It had no rear lighting or flashing beacon and it was not equipped with any airband radio equipment capable of listening out on the control tower frequency, the report found.

    Independent.ie - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • If you are within listening range of an airport and have a police scanner or any airband-capable scanning receiver, please consider becoming a LiveATC air traffic control feeder site.

    User Friendly RSS Feed

  • The phrase "A silvery female voice breaking through onto the airband sang in German, 'We are from another world, but you have cut us out" seems to be mentioned on a couple of blogs as far back as 2006, according to Google.

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