LRAD

AcronymDefinition
LRADLong Range Acoustic Device (non-lethal weapon that creates a directed beam of earsplitting noise)
LRADLand Redistribution for Agricultural Development (Department of Agriculture; South Africa)
LRADLand Reform for Agricultural Development (various nations)
LRADLicentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance
LRADLong-Range Alpha Detection
LRADLogistics and Readiness Analysis Division
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So, we have decided to make use of LRAD," a senior Delhi Police officer said.
Bosses at the LRAD Corporation in San Diego have sold their devices to the US Navy and Air Force as well as police forces around the world.
However, we expect US Military business to pick up this quarter as our LRAD systems are aligned with current military initiatives to procure COTS (commercially available off-the-shelf) products that have passed stringent testing and meet MIL-SPEC standards.
Part II of this article discusses why the LRAD was developed and how the LRAD can be used to assist the U.
The LRAD 500 configuration provides the operator with a critical tool to hail, notify, warn, or gain compliance in host nation languages before escalating to a non-lethal or lethal response against unauthorized individuals or groups approaching Army convoys on foot or in vehicles," mentions A.
NEW YORK -- Iroquois Capital Management, LLC today commented on the first fiscal quarter earnings released by LRAD Corporation (NASDAQ: LRAD).
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A provider of long range acoustic hailing devices, LRAD Corp.
This includes the LRAD which will be deployed during the Olympic Games primarily to be used in the loud hailer mode as part of the measures to achieve a maritime stop on the Thames," he added.
LRAD Corporation (NASDAQ: LRAD), a US-based company that provides acoustic hailing devices (AHDs), has announced its fiscal third quarter 2011 revenues.
The technology furthest in development is the LRAD, which delivers a tight undistorted beam of sound, and is already being used by the Navy and at military prisons.
Acoustic devices such as the LRAD and MRAD provide a communication device and the ability to "interrogate intent" from long distances.