227 definitions by IrishrepublicanarmY

high-speed connection to the internet
1.544 Mbps
i used by T1 to download 45 gigabytes of porn last night.
by IrishRepublicanArmy December 29, 2003
1) The Very High Frequency communcations band from 26.985 to 174 MHz or 30 to 300 MHz, the most popular local (less then 200 mile range) communication band

2) the VHF-AM civilian aircraft communcation band 118 to 137 MHz
see UHF
"Roger, we got you on VHF 122.9"
by IrishRepublicanArmy October 13, 2003
Calling any amateur radio station, may be sent in CW, phone or some digital modes. Directly translated from morse code, it means "calling all stations"
by IrishRepublicanArmy January 01, 2004
1) The identifying code letters or numbers of a radio or television transmitting station, assigned by a regulatory body. Also called call sign or call letters.

2) (military) code word for aircraft, ship, etc, used in radio communications.
Dark 87 this is Havoc 12, switch to 11175 and vector out to DZ.
by IRISHREPUBLICANARMY December 26, 2003
The company that makes my printer, and it's OK, I guess
At least my EPSON printer breaks less then the crappy HP one I had last time.
by IrishRepublicanArmy December 21, 2003
Global Positioning System

Complex network of satellites that transmit signals to ground receviers in cars, boats, airplanes (see also VOR). The GPS receiver uses the signals from the satellites (which are over 15,000 miles away!) and uses them to find your location, anywhere in the world, with incredable accuracy.
Without GPS, countless losers who can't use a VOR would be lost"
by IrishRepublicanArmy October 15, 2003
The term "hazardmobile" generally refers to a small reddish domestic car (Ford) driven by a crazy irishman (who goes to Fairfax High School). The hazardmobile (OR hazard mobile) usally has a small amber (or yellow) light on the roof of the car. It also has a VHF-FM two-way radio installed in it. Because the irishman is crazy, the car also has a manual tranmission in it and an incredibly small engine.
See the red car with the yellow police flasher on the roof and the large antenna on the trunk. Yup. That's the hazardmobile.
by IrishRepublicanArmy May 18, 2004

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