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The components excluding PCB may cost around Rs 125 only. Working principle Fig. 1 shows block diagram of the clock. A quartz controlled oscillator generates either 50 or 60Hz frequency which drives the clock 1C. The clock 1C directly drives LEDs to give a 3'/2digU display CLOCK. AND. CAR. RADIOS. MAKE. RADIO. PORTABLE. Clock and car radios helped ensure radio's survival by making it an everyday accessory. Transistor radios, first sold in 1948 for $40, were more reliable and cheaper than tube radios. Clock radios,.introduced in the 1950s, woke people up and caused them to rely on radio for the first news of the day. William Lear The car stereo buyer's guide to the Audiovox range* of sound systems for 1980: Model DGC20 Model DGC10 Electronic Tuning AM/FM Digital Display AM/FM/Stereo Stereo radio with Cassette player radio with Cassette player and and Quartz Clock Quartz Clock/Calendar Model CAS600A Super Power Stereo Cassette player with AM/FM/Stereo radio. Dolby *. 40 Watt output Model TPB4000 Super Power 8Track player with AM/FM/Stereo pushbutton radio. 40 Watt output Model 3. innately, inherently, intrinsically, indigenously, immanently, instinctively, natively, naturally, organically; congenitally, hereditarily, connately. radio,.n. \. radiotelegraph, radiotelephone; radio set, receiver, console, cabinet, old standup radio, Jocular. Marconi, StrombergCarlson, Chiefly Brit. wireless; crystal set; transistor, portable or portable radio, pocket radio; AMFM radio, CB or citizens band radio, police radio, shortwave radio, car radio, clock radio. — v. 2. radiocast, broadcast A radio button appears as a small circle that, when selected, has a smaller, filled circle inside it. Radio buttons act like the station selector buttons on a car radio. Selecting one button in a set deselects the previously selected button, so one and only one of the options in the set can be selected at any given time. In contrast, check boxes are used when more than one option in the set.can be selected at the same time. Compare check box. radio clock A device that receives a broadcast At least she got him his car back. Presley felt her stomach rumble from hunger. She looked at the clock on her car radio and saw that it was almost five o'clock. Time had gotten away from her. Presley pulled into the La Casa parking lot. She had done some conniving earlier in the day and was meeting Dirt and Cooper here. But that had taken place before she had taken Cooper's car, so hopefully he would still show. Neither man knew the other would also be showing up. She thought Last year in October 1997, one week before my birthday, I went to pick up Frank at his work and the clock on the car radio read 5:20. Usually he is.out the door at five o' clock sharp. A few minutes later, two guys walked up to the car and tapped on my window, scaring me to death, as their attire was somewhat like gangsters. One was in a long leather coat and had a bandanna; the other had a hooded sweatshirt. I almost didn't roll the window down, until one in the trench coat spoke and “Can you tell us where you were last Saturday afternoon, Connie?' “With Harry. We met outside Boots in Brentwood shortly after two, and went back to his house. We try to see each other at least twice a week.' “What about your boys?' She blushed, but her voice remained firm. A friend of mine looks after them. She knows about Harry and me.' 'How long did you stay with.him?” She thought. Till after six. We listened to the end of the six o'clock news on the car radio when Harry drove me Not more than twenty minutes had passed when Rita awoke suddenly, hearing a radio playing. She checked her radio clock. It was not on. She listened. Not able to discern the words clearly, Rita was annoyed enough to get up to look out the window. Skippy picked up his head and watched her. What idiot is blasting his car radio at this hour, she thought. In the big city, their new corner apartment was great for natural light, but amplified noise from the street below. Opening the window "It happens that I have got a paper geranium pinned on." "I never seen it before, that geranium." "I'm.going to walk up to the Cutrate." "It's tenthirty o'clock, Corene." "Mama, I know it's tenthirty o'clock. You want I should crank your bed?" "Yes, crank it." By the time Corene had cranked down the bed and switched off the light, the old Helterskelter screeching and careening a car burst onto the quiet street. The car radio was playing a blue yodle tuned up louder than a shout. The car, an