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What does RTS stand for?

RTS stands for Radio Telephone System


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Thanks to Aled Taylor for the picture' Llandudno RNLI members in 1990 are (back from left) Glyn Chambers, John Crawford, Carl Davies, Dan McCarthy and Nigel Forest' (second row) Irvine Williams, Goronwy Evans, Ian McNeil, Dan Jones, Kevin Jones, Bryn Jones, Leslie Lloyd-Jones, Les Jones, Davy Roberts, Glyn Jones and Martin Crawford' (third row) Hughie Hughes, Tony Frost, Meurig Davis, Dr Norman Roberts, Lieutenant Commander Ted Yates, Lionel Collis and Bob Smith' (front) Graham Heritage, Gareth Roberts, Gordon Short and Robin Holden' Eric Williams BEM of Llandudno instructs auxiliary coastguards in the use of the new radio telephone system in 1971' Chris Roberts sent us this picture of his taid, AA motorcyclist James Richards, at Horseshoe Pass in the 1950s or 1960s.
Telemobile Milestones 1963 -- Introduction of the first solid state, two way radio 1970 -- Delivery of the first cordless phone for consumer use 1980 -- Design and installation of the first Airphone in-flight public cordless phone system 1987 -- Provided the first point-to-multipoint area wide integrated Rural Radio Telephone System 1990 -- First radio telephone microprocessor controlled voice mail, system 1996 -- First commercial use of narrowband digital, UHF and VHF, three channel systems with high voice compression for wireless voice, fax and Internet communications
Telemobile Milestones 1963 -- Introduction of the first solid state, two way radio 1970 -- Delivery of the first cordless phone for consumer use 1980 -- Design and installation of the first Airphone in-flight public cordless phone system 1987 -- Provided the first point-to-multipoint area wide integrated Rural Radio Telephone System 1990 -- First radio telephone microprocessor controlled voice mail, system 1996 -- First commercial use of narrowband digital, UHF and VHF, three channel systems with high voice compression for wireless voice, fax and Internet communications