Radio Operator

  • (noun): Someone who operates a radio transmitter.

Some articles on radio operator, radio, radio operators:

T (Funker Vogt Album)
... The name of the band translates from German to English as "Radio Operator Vogt", this being the surname of a friend of the band who was a military radio operator ... The military concept of a radio operator provides a contrast with the musical roles of a DJ or a vocalist using a microphone ...
Claude De Baissac - Life
... mission came on 30 July 1942, when he and his radio operator Peulevé were parachuted in from a Halifax near Nîmes to set up and head the SCIENTIST network ... receiving reinforcements in the form of Roger Landes (codenamed Stanislas, his new radio operator, dropped on 2 November) and Mary Herbert (codenamed Marie-Louise, his liaison officer, landed by boat on 8 November) ... Renaud-Danticolle (codenamed René) and the radio operator Maurice Louis Larcher (code named Vladimir) ...
Sinking Of The RMS Titanic - 15 April 1912 - Departure of The Lifeboats (00:45–02:05)
... boilers and the electrical generators in order to keep the ship's lights on and to power the radio so that distress signals could be sent ... the attention of any ships nearby and the radio operators repeatedly sent the distress signal CQD ... Radio operator Harold Bride suggested to his colleague Jack Phillips that he should use the new SOS signal, as it "may be your last chance to send it" ...
Pierre De Vomécourt - Life
... His only reception committee was his radio operator, Georges Bégué, who had been in position for some days ... A second radio operator sent to him was arrested in the meantime ... was now working for the German Abwehr) and that she had access to a radio operator who had also escaped the arrests (in reality, it was the Germans who sent INTERALLIÉ's radio messages and thus, in an ...
Airship Italia - Rescue Effort
... No attempt was made to keep a radio watch, and it is notable that Guglielmo Marconi, who monitored the messages from the base ship later said "No wonder ... Pedretti, the alternate radio operator left behind by the Italia and Amedeo Nobile, Umberto's brother were the most concerned about the radio silence from the airship ... Radio operator Biagi salvages radio, constructs a radio mast and begins transmitting SOS ...

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    All radio is dead. Which means that these tape recordings I’m making are for the sake of future history. If any.
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