ABR

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ABRAccredited Buyers Representative (real estate certification)
ABRAdvance Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge, LA)
ABRAbraham
ABRAuditory Brainstem Response (audiology)
ABRAugust Burns Red (band)
ABRAbridged
ABRAmerican Board of Radiology
ABRAdaptive Bit Rate (computer streaming)
ABRAvailable Bit Rate
ABRAmerican Book Review (est. 1977; publication)
ABRArea Border Router (Sprint)
ABRAutomatic Beacon Removal
ABRAuxiliary Bass Radiator
ABRas Billed Rate
ABRAverage Bit Rate
ABRAutomatic Bios Recovery
ABRAutomatic Backup and Recovery
ABRAnswer Bit Ratio
ABRAdobe Brushes File
ABRAutomatic Baud Rate
ABRAuto Busy Redial
ABRAdvanced Bit Rate
ABRArea Border Router
ABRAustralian Business Register
ABRApproved Budget Request
ABRAssociation of British Residents (Sri Lanka)
ABRAnnualized Base Rent
ABRAdolescent Birth Rate
ABRAuditory Brain Stem Response
ABRArchitectural Barrier Removal (various locations)
ABRAverage Bit Rate (sound encoding)
ABRAnaerobic Baffled Reactor
ABRAssociativity-Based Routing
ABRAngle Bracket (timber connector)
ABRAfrican Business Roundtable
ABRAutomatic Baud Rate (storage technique)
ABRAutomatic Budget Reallocation
ABRAmerican Bicycle Racing (Kenosha, WI)
ABRAberdeen, SD, USA - Aberdeen Regional Airport (Airport Code)
ABRArbres Binaires de Recherche (French: Binary Search Trees)
ABRAgreement for Boat Repair
ABRAcademic Bill of Rights
ABRAngiographic Binary Restenosis
ABRAbsolute Bed Rest
ABRAssociation of Battery Recyclers
ABRAmerican Born Russian
ABRAcrylate-Butadiene Rubber
ABRAccomplishment Based Renewal (US NSF)
ABRArea Business Representative
ABRAustralian Book of Reference (Australian Defence Force)
ABRAdult Breastfeeding Relationship
ABRAudiometric Brainstem Response (neurology)
ABRAbortus-Bang Ring (test)
ABRAbove Base Rate
ABRAverage Broker Recommendation (Zacks investing reports)
ABRApplied Benefits Research
ABRAero-Ballistic Rocket
ABRAlex Brown Racing
ABRAirborne Relay
ABRAveraged Brainstem Response
ABRAnswer to Bid Ratio (telecommunications)
ABRAverage Bandwidth Requirement
ABRAccelerated Benefits Rider (life insurance)
ABRAmphibian Boat Reconnaissance
ABRAdvanced Breeder Reactor
ABRAttogen Biomedical Research
ABRAbdominal Bowel Resection
ABRAutonomous Boundary Router
ABRAdvanced Battery Research
ABRAdditional Billet Requirements
ABRArray Based Replication (storage technique)
ABRAutomatic Bandwidth Response (Digital Link)
ABRAs Built Reconciliation
ABRAccrued Benefit Ratio
ABRAgreement Boat Repair
ABRAverage Breath Rate
ABRAdvanced Bus Remanufacturing
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Thales Communications Inc also recognises the value of using airborne platforms, including drones and aerostats, to improve soldier radio network coverage and flew its SRW Tactical Airborne Relay (Star) for the first time in April 2013.
Another addition to the Asars-G suite is an airborne relay capability provided by a Data Distribution Unit (DDU) that can be installed in many types of aircraft and drones enabling them to take an effective part in CSAR operations by interrogating survival radios.
During the demonstration, the USS Eisenhower battlegroup used the very wide (classified) bandwidth, C-band-frequency datalink to share fire-control accuracy data - including imagery from the Aegis cruiser's Spy-1 radar - among its five ships and a US Customs P-3 aircraft acting as an airborne relay.
This describes a phased approach, starting with satellite communications, and transitioning to airborne relays. These would be gradually brought lower down to substitute for damaged infrastructure and to re-establish ground communications for normally used terminals and handsets while increasing spatial capacity.
Also involved in the exercise were the USS Coronado (AGF-11) the USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53) and the amphibious ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) as well as P-3C Orion and commercial aircraft, which served as airborne relays of the operational picture.
The US Army, at one extreme, believes that each Unit of Action, or small brigade in today's part of traditional communications relays, satcom on the move and airborne relays. The British Falcon programme will enter service in a similar timeframe, but is less ambitious in the capabilities it offers.
Key requirements included data delivery time, resistance to jamming, noninterference with prime mission equipment on board the aircraft, extended line-of-sight operation via aircraft relays, small size and weight for the airborne relays, simultaneous voice and data capability and full Mil-Spec environmental performance in the case of the field terminals.
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