HHR

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AcronymDefinition
HHRHuman Health Risk
HHRHeritage High Roof (vehicle style)
HHRHeritage High Roof
HHRHells Headbangers Records (record label)
HHRHutchison Harbour Ring (Hong Kong)
HHRHome for Human Rights (est. 1977; Sri Lanka)
HHRHurricane Housing Recovery (Florida)
HHRHand-Held Radios
HHRHumeral Head Replacement (surgery)
HHRHalf Horizontal Resolution (digital television)
HHRHonda Humanoid Robot
HHRHarry/Hermione Relationship (Harry Potter fanfiction)
HHRHop-By-Hop Retransmission
HHRHand-Held Radar
HHRHankyu Hanshin's Restaurants (Japan)
HHRHealth and Human Relations
HHRHelios Hotels & Resorts (Greece)
HHRHawthorne California Municipal Airport (Jack Northrop Field; airport code)
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Aselsan promoted "Atlas 4900" hand-held radios, and 112 public security and emergency situation communication system at the CeBIT International in Hannover, Germany.
Power circuits in the VAA allow the hand-held radios to be dismounted with power on so that network communications can be maintained during "jerk and run" situations such as dismounting for patrol type operations.
Motorola two-way hand-held radios can reach across and up and down most mountains to allow hunters taking different routes to remain in contact.
Hand-held radios, Global Positioning Systems, night-vision scopes, distress flares, load hailers and binoculars were all stolen.
The pounds 500 hand-held radios are equipped with an emergency button which overrides all calls to control and gives the person pressing it priority.
The systems typically consist of computer-aided dispatch centers, base stations transmitting signals from towers and other high elevation sites (wide area systems, especially in the 800 MHz band, require multiple transmitter sites), mobile radios in vehicles, portable hand-held radios and mobile data terminals.
Night has fallen and the soldiers all around me crowd together with hand-held radios, trying to get the latest news of the battle from their comrades.
The new system will mean setting up a radio base in the Emergency Planning Unit at Fire Service Headquarters in Lancaster Circus, Birmingham City Centre, and 30 hand-held radios for mobile fire units.
A $40 million AfriStar 1 satellite will beam signals to special hand-held radios that AfriSpace will begin marketing in 1993.
Tenders are invited for qualified firms to provide emergency hand-held radios.
Thief smashed passenger side window to get into vehicle and stole laptop computer and hand-held radios.