suit radio n.
Strange grunting sounds and horrid gnashings quivered in through the sensitive receiving apparatus of the space-suit radio.]
Exile of the Skies in Wonder Stories Feb. 770/2
The clank of grapples sounded, followed by Northrup’s voice, tinny in his suit radio.
Hot Cargo in Thrilling Wonder Stories 105/1
‘But I'll catch up,’ he promised as he made connection between his suit-radio and the Station communicator system.
The Long Way in Astounding Science-Fiction Apr. 84/2
Through the suit radio Clicklaa’s voice was distorted as he shouted.
Trespassers in Nebula Science Fiction (#11) Dec. 30
In the suit radio a cry of surprise was abruptly cut off by the clang of metal against metal.
Sector General in New Worlds Science Fiction Nov. 32
McCullough, now that his taped report had come to an end, began calling Hollis and Walters on his suit radio.
All Judgment Fled in Worlds of If 158/1
He…plugged his suit radio into the hopper’s radio system.
Birthplace in Aboriginal Science Fiction Mar.–Apr. 49/1
He’d locked her suit radio so it would broadcast only on low-power mode, enough to communicate with him, but not to broadcast a distress signal.
Marya & the Pirate in Asimov’s Science Fiction Jan. 24
Bill Brudy, in Thrilling Wonder Stories
Research HistoryFred Galvin submitted a 1948 cite from Murray Leinster's "Planet of Sand".
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from an undated reprint of Gordon Eklund and Greg Benford's 1974 "If the Stars are Gods".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1987 cite from Thomas R. McDonough's "The Architects of Hyperspace".
Mike Christie submitted a 1944 cite from George O. Smith's "The Long Way".
Jesse Sheidlower submitted a 1941 cite from Bill Brudy's "Hot Cargo".
Jesse Sheidlower submitted a 1934 cite for "space-suit radio" in Wonder Stories.
Jesse Sheidlower submitted the 1957, 1968, 1988, and 2010 cites.
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