227 definitions by irishrepublicanarmy
|29.||losing my religion|
it literally means "losing my temper" or "going insane" to some degree. If you would look at the REM lyrics to the song by the same name, it makes more sense, it really has nothing to do with religion.
I was pretty much losing my religion after being forced to listen to rap music by all the freshman girls at my school.
by IrishRepublicanArmy Nov 18, 2003 add a video
A communications system consisting of letters coded into dots and dashes, and used in radiotelegraph systems. (usally HF systems), and its fun to jam freeband stations with this stuff.
I jammed a pirate radio station with "HELLO HELLO I HATE YOU" in morse code over and over again.
by IrishRepublicanArmy Jan 27, 2004 add a video
Netiquette refers to the forms, manners and actions established by the Internet community as acceptable or required behavior in social interactions via e-mail. In other words, being polite to your fellow list subscribers. It is absolutely imperative that you familiarize yourself with the rules of netiquette before you launch headlong into participation in any sort of e-mail discussion list.
The established conventions of online politeness are called netiquette. Some conventions vary from site to site or online medium to online medium; others are pretty standard everywhere. Newbies are often unfamiliar with the conventional rules of netiquette and sometimes embarrass themselves accordingly. Be sure not to send that incredibly important e-mail message before reading about netiquette.
Those morons who flood the AIM chat rooms with porn ads need so learn some netiquette.
by IrishRepublicanArmy Jan 3, 2004 add a video
(Repeater Term) is a scientific term used to describe a spectrum of broad band noise generated in a receiver's detector and sampled to control the receiver's squelch. This term is often incorrectly used in repeater work to describe the sounds heard when the received transmission is noisy and hard to understand, usually attributed to a weak signal and the repeater receiver limiters are not engaged.
Many people do not understand the correct usage of 'white noise'
by IrishRepublicanArmy Jan 1, 2004 add a video
1) A form of wireless communications in which the output of the transmitter takes the form of dissipating electromagnetic radiation which spreads outward from the antenna through free space. The signal strength drops off as the square of the distance from the source of radiation. Distant radio receivers have to be very sensitive to detect signals that can measure only a few microvolts per meter in strength.more...
2) A communications device allowing the wireless transmission through space of audible signals encoded in electromagnetic waves in the approximate frequency range from 10 kilohertz to 300,000 megahertz.
3) (maratime definition) An instrument that uses electromagnetic waves to communicate with other vessels. VHF radios are common for marine use, but are limited in range. HF-SSB (single sideband) radios have longer ranges.
4) an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
5) Radio is a system for the distribution of advertisement, chiefly brand advertisement for package-goods, and advertisement for recorded music sold by BigCos. To describe radio as a system for the diffusion of news, or of music, or as a technology, would be not only inaccurate but actually misleading. Radio is a creature of the advertising business, as its child, TV. television
6) Transmit messages via rad...
by IrishRepublicanArmy Dec 31, 2003 add a video
The use of cheaply sensational or unscrupulous methods in newspapers to attract and influence the readers.
99.3% of what is in tabloid newspapers is yellow journalism.
by IRISHREPUBLICANARMY Dec 26, 2003 add a video
California Highway Patrol
the largest highway patrol organization in the world. with a VHF radio network that kicks LAPDs ass.
The CHP practicly owns the 42 MHz band, i can hear them in Virginia with high-skip days.
by IrishRepublicanArmy Oct 28, 2003 add a video