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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I would like the government to come to our farm and see what we are doing so that they can be confident and see that there's something positive coming out from LRAD Programme.
As LRADS became a fixture in the images of a reescalated conflict at Standing Rock, in the Dakotas, proliferating on the news and across social media, Piper's chirps seemed to grow simultaneously wearier and more practiced.
According to The Economist (2004) the LRAD incapacitates anyone within 300 meters, causing instant headaches.
" The decision to buy LRAD was taken in a meeting last week.
The LRAD, however, is not considered to be within the "defense article" category defined by the U.S.
Last fall in an effort to help address the limited range of previous methods, a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) was added to the BASH program.
Warning shots were fired from the ship and the boat was stopped using the Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD).
Some versions of the American-made LRAD are capable of producing deafening sound levels of 150 decibels at 3ft - which is the same as being stood next to the speakers at a very loud rock concert and causes the sensation of being compressed as if underwater.
said Friday it has begun selling a long-range acoustic device developed by LRAD Corp., a California-based U.S.
Using a long-range acoustic device (LRAD), one unmanned boat transmitted an oral warning through a loudspeaker cautioning the patrol craft that its intentions were unclear and it should not proceed.
LRAD Corporation (NASDAQ: LRAD), a US-based company which provides acoustic hailing devices (AHDs), has announced its fiscal third quarter 2011 results.
One more recent innovation is the long-range acoustic device (LRAD).