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BLOSBeyond Line-Of-Sight (over 600 Miles)
BLOSBlood Oxidative Stress
BLOSBicycle Level of Service (roadway bike friendliness measure)
BLOSBranch If Lower or Same
BLOSBell Laboratories Operating System (AT&T)
BLOSBoss Looking over Shoulder
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When the transmission inspections are completed in the Denver area, Xcel Energy will work with the FAA to extend our beyond line-of-sight operations in other states where the company provides electric service.
Users with MUOS terminals will be able to connect beyond line-of-sight around the world and into the global information grid.
"This extends ADS-B signals beyond line-of-sight to facilitate reporting the position of aircraft equipped with ADS-B anywhere in the world, including oceanic, polar and other remote areas," the U.N.
"This service was designed from the ground up to meet the government end users' ever growing needs for Beyond Line-of-Sight connectivity in today's congested tactical spectrum environment."
Although the HMS Manpack radio provided an operational value as a battalion and below asset capable of providing networked transport capability for Line-Of-Sight and Beyond Line-Of-Sight mission command communications, it failed to demonstrate adequate performance running the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System waveform and fell short of the Manpack CPD reliability requirements.
The army is acquiring the AN/PRC-152 to provide soldiers with handheld communications capabilities for portable line-of-sight and beyond line-of-sight applications.
"With the MCS, you are going to be able to--through the network--engage targets beyond line-of-sight."
The deployment, which will run from August through September, will involve beyond line-of-sight (BLOS) operation of the aircraft and distribution of radar and video imagery to various end users throughout Canada's land, air, and maritime forces.
Over-the-Horizon (OTH) radar, however, exploits the refractive properties of the ionosphere at low level frequencies (between 3 and 30 megahertz) to provide coverage far beyond line-of-sight distances.
Users with operational MUOS terminals will be able to connect beyond line-of-sight around the world and into the global information grid.