set out to solve the technological side of the problem by developing a multi-band radio that can work with legacy radios as well as new software-defined digital systems.
What does MBR stand for?
MBR stands for Multi-Band Radio
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We have 124 other meanings of MBR in our Acronym Attic
- Minimum Bend Radius (fibre optics)
- Minimum Boundary Rectangle
- Minimum Bounding Rectangle
- Mishandled Baggage Rate (airline cost)
- Missing Baggage Report (Airport Lost Luggage)
- Mitochondrial Benzodiazepine Receptors (pharmacology)
- Mobile Binding Records
- Monthly Budget Report
- Monthly Business Review
- Movimiento Bolivariano Revolucionario (Bolivarian Revolutionary Movement)
- Multi-Block Read (computing)
- Multi-Brand Remote (remote control device)
- Multiple Bomb Rack
- Municipal Budget Reform (Ukraine)
- Music Business Registry (music industry contact database)
- Mutually Beneficial Relationship (various organizations)
- Memory Buffer Register, Even
- Memory Buffer Register, Odd
- Movimiento Bolivariano Revolucionario 200 (Spanish: Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement 200; Venezuela)
- Mammoth Bar Rider's Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
GME's GR200 is a bulletproof multi-band radio with 80 watts of power per channel and an integrated VHF marine band receiver with digital squelch control for clear reception.
Turkey's Aselsan launched its new multi-band radio at Eurosatory 2004--the 30 to 512 MHz PRC-9651--which is being adopted by the Turkish armed forces.
Last month, 30 multi-band radios worth EUR3,000 were stolen from the church.
Silicon Labs' Si48xx CMOS wheel-tuned AM/FM/SW receivers are the first wheel-tuned, multi-band radio ICs to enable a full radio solution from antenna input to audio output in a single chip.
The Department of Homeland Security has entered the final stages of its four-year, nearly $9 million effort to develop a multi-band radio that can communicate across virtually all public-safety spectrums.