Did you perhaps mean shortwave?
- adj. alternative spelling of shortwave.
“The 2012 budget proposal submitted to Congress this week would end VOA's Mandarin-language short-wave radio broadcasts, focusing instead on transmitting news through the Internet and mobile phones.”
“She said the BBG has worked extensively to develop methods to ensure U.S. content can sidestep efforts by Chinese censors to block unwanted material, and added that short-wave radio broadcasts have also been subject to intensive jamming by the Chinese government.”
“The latest audience survey carried out for the broadcasting corporation showed that short-wave radio broadcasts by Voice of America reached just 0.1% of the population.”
“That is partly a reflection of the small and shrinking audience for short-wave radio broadcasts in China and the recognition that the Internet and smartphones offer a potentially cheaper way to reach more people, despite fears of Chinese-government control of the Web.”
“To confirm the validity of the prediction, I always listened to the short-wave broadcasts of Radio”
“For 70 years it has had a Persian-language radio station, which is hard to block because it is short-wave; the BBC also has a Persian website, which is blocked in Iran but accessible via circumvention tools.”
“The poet considers, the engineer advises, the university teacher concurs and what goes crackling over the short-wave that night is a considered Albanianisation of the jargon.”
“BBC Hindi transmissions are accessible in rural and remote areas and, as short-wave receivers can be battery-operated, they are available in places without electricity or during power cuts; they are an essential source of learning for schoolchildren and college students in rural India preparing for competitive exams; and they cannot be silenced in times when democracy is under threat.”
“We strongly urge the UK government to rethink its decision to severely cut the funding for the BBC World Service to enable the continued transmissions of BBC Hindi on short-wave radio.”
“When he is not running his appropriately named Black Cat Systems software firm, he's managing theSpooks list, an online gathering of several hundred amateur spy-radio buffs from around the world, all carefully scanning the short-wave bands and logging the daily bursts of numbers that fill the ether.”
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