The problem was identified as far back as 1996, and a government committee called Radio Activated Key Entry (RAKE) was established under the auspices of the Radio Communications Agency (now part of OFCOM).
What does RAKE stand for?
RAKE stands for Radio Activated Key Entry (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Now the Radio Activated Key Entry Committee (RAKE) - with members including the AA, RAC, and motor, radio and security bodies - has been set up to find a solution.