Recent Examples of shortwave from the Web
And then a dozen students trooped up to a bank of shortwave radios and read their questions into the mike.
More recently, the couple are shown cavorting about St. Kitts and Nevis, where Bakker claims he’s in talks with the prime minister about erecting a shortwave transmitter.
On Wednesday night another shortwave system brings more moisture into the valleys.
The National Weather Service expects a shortwave ridge to push out what's left of the Arctic front on Thursday.
The two continued to indulge their parallel interest in visual art, however, consulting long distance by telephone and, to save money, by shortwave radio and by sending tape recordings through the mail.
What the Chief said over the next six minutes or so was something that Nazi troops listening to their shortwave radios had never heard before.
Transmitting radio signals to other ham operators in the Caribbean, Resto and his shortwave brethren traded National Hurricane Center reports on Maria's position.
Amateur shortwave radio enthusiasts helped restore contact.
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First Known Use of shortwave
SHORTWAVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shortwave for English Language Learners
: a radio wave with a wavelength between 10 and 100 meters
: a radio or receiver that uses shortwaves
medical Definition of shortwave
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