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RTRight
RTRoute
RTRound Trip
RTRetweet (also seen as R/T; Twitter)
RTRate
RTRetirement
RTReal-Time
RTRetreat
RTRoom Temperature
RTRingtone
RTReverse Transcription
RTRoad Trip (movie)
RTRound Table
RTRight Turn (Hyper Logo Turtle Graphics command)
RTRooster Teeth (comic series)
RTRussia Today (news channel)
RTRun Time
RTRadiation Therapy
RTRight Tackle (football)
RTReal Talk
RTResponse Time
RTRacing Team (Dodge)
RTReaction Time
RTRespiratory Therapist
RTRough Terrain
RTRetention Time (chromatography)
RTRapid Transit
RTRadio Times
RTRenal Transplant
RTRadiative Transfer (astrophysics)
RTRunning Time
RTRectal Temperature
RTRichard Thompson (musician)
RTTest Report (DoD-STD-7935)
RTReverse Transcriptase
RTRoad and Track
RTRadiotherapy
RTRuby Tuesday (restaurant)
RTResearch Team
RTRammstein (band)
RTResistance Training
RTRemote Terminal
RTRészvénytársaság (Hungarian: Public Limited Company)
RTRouting Table
RTRoute Through
RTRecovery Time
RTRouter Table (woodworking)
RTRadio Technician (US DoD)
RTRadiologic Technology
RTRadiologic Technologist
RTRail Transit
RTRelaxation Training
RTRéglementation Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
RTRoger That
RTRobotech (anime cartoon)
RTRelated Topic
RTRehabilitation Therapist
RTRadiographic Testing
RTRight Triangle
RTRadio Transmitter
RTReceiver-Transmitter
RTRight Trigger
RTRadiant Tube
RTRogue Trader (game)
RTRed Team
RTResource Tracker (various organizations)
RTRadiotelephone
RTRoger Taylor (Queen drummer)
RTReading Test
RTRefresher Training (for ACG forms)
RTRadio Telescope
RTRegression Test(ing)
RTRisk Tolerance
RTReserve Training
RTResearch Technician
RTReverberation Time (acoustics)
RTRadio Text
RTRiver Terminal (railroad)
RTRepair Time
RTRégiment de Transmissions (French: Signals Regiment; French Army)
RTRoute Target (MPLS-VPN)
RTRegistered Traveler (various organizations)
RTRoute Tag (Rip V2)
RTRepublic of Tatarstan (autonomous republic of west-central Russia)
RTRandom Testing
RTRunning Test (operating condition testing)
RTRadio Telephony
RTRunnymede Trust (UK)
RTReality Therapy (William Glasser)
RTReceive/Transmit
RTRegistered Technologist (diagnostic radiology; American Registry of Radiologic Technologists)
RTRoyal Trust (RBC Financial Group)
RTResistance Thermometer
RTReal Text (file extension)
RTRacing Thoughts (psychiatry)
RTReference Terminology
RTReactor Technology
RTRayleigh-Taylor
RTRas Tanura (Saudi Arabia)
RTResearch Theme
RTRoentgenography
RTRainbow Table
RTReparative Therapy (psychiatric treatment aimed at 'curing' homosexuality)
RTReconnaissance Team
RTRadiation Transport
RTRISC Technology
RTRecord Transfer
RTReligious Terrorism
RTRestoration Team (BBC)
RTRehabilitation Teaching
RTReceive Timing
RTRespiratory Technician
RTReceiving Tube
RTRegional Total
RTRefactoring Tools
RTRidiculous Thoughts (Cranberries song)
RTReptilase Time
RTRefrigeration Ton
RTRailtex (railroad)
RTRelief Teacher
RTRadiation Thermometer
RTReference Trajectory
RTRemote Thread
RTReactor Trip
RTRescue Tender (emergency services)
RTRadio Tirana
RTRèglement Thermique (French: Thermal Regulation)
RTReceive Tip
RTRogerian Therapy (Carl Rogers)
RTRetention and Transition (US Army)
RTRegulation Tie (Hockey)
RTRelationship Tightrope (gaming)
RTRelocatable Target
RTRational Tangent
RTRing and Tip
RTRenewal Transfer (insurance)
RTRecord of Transaction (shipping supply chain managements)
RTRegipäts Talossán (Kingdom of Talossan; micronation)
RTRekenaartomografie
RTRenaissance Trust
RTRight Turn After Takeoff
RTRecertification Team
RTRectangular Transform
RTRejection Tag
RTRelocatable Terminal
RTUS Revenue Private Die Perfumery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RTTurn Right After Takeoff
RTRecursive Thresholding
RTRumeli Telekom AS
RTRipa Tiberis (Latin: Tiber Bank, epigraphy)
RTResource Tower Corporation (gaming company)
RTRugose Tegument (tapeworm)
RTRenegade Taiko (San Francisco, CA)
RTReconditioning Test
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2) Although the survey was not designed to produce occupational estimates at the four-digit industry level, the number of units in the sample for the radiotelephone communications industry was sufficient to produce a limited number of occupational employment estimates.
For transmissions from areas not served by phone lines but within range of a radiotelephone cell site, a Telebit Cellblazer modem takes over for the Trailblazer modem shipped with most Phoenix systems.
6) Nevertheless, it remained a mobile radiotelephone system transmitting voice signals via circa 1940 FM technology.
Brock also noted the impact of cellular on existing radiotelephone service, saying that in the Washington, DC area, there was a 20 to 30-percent drop in IMTS mobiles following the start of commercial cellular service late last year.
26 October 2010 - Finnish-German telecoms equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks said today that it will work with French mobile operator Societe Francaise du Radiotelephone SA (SFR) to build an enhanced mobile voice and data network in rural France.
Regarding the short wave transmitter situation, I knew at the time that the few American short wave transmitters were all privately owned and that there were only two ways our broadcasts could be transmitted to our target audiences, primarily German, French and Italian: Send the broadcasts via radiotelephone to London whence the BBC would transmit them on their own medium wave transmitters or lease the privately owned American short wave transmitters for direct broadcasts to the target area.
The Sweden-based pan-European telecomms operator Tele2 AB said on Tuesday (3 October) that it has agreed to sell its fixed and mobile broadband operations in France to Societe Francaise du Radiotelephone (SFR) for approximately SEK3.
Radiotelephone allows Alaska's Bush communities telephone service without the need to attach directly to the grid.
They could not believe that Lucas could see what was going on, or get a feeling for the action simply by listening to his company commanders through his radiotelephone.
The first two-way radiotelephone communication between a plane and the ground, and two days later between two airborne planes, was established at Langley Field, Va.
The promise of cellular mobile radiotelephone service became a commercial reality last October, when Ameritech Mobile Communications inaugurated service in the Chicagoland area a week after the FCC granted it the first such license.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing two-way radiotelephone communications services, such as cellular telephone services.