Definitions for "Clutter "
An excessive number of commercials and other non-program elements which appear one right after the other.
A large mass of commercials and promos aired in a short time period which compete for the viewers/listeners attention.
When an advertisement is surrounded by other ads, thereby forcing it to compete for the viewer's or listener's attention.
In radar operations, the reception and visual display of radar echoes caused by precipitation, chaff, terrain, numerous aircraft, or other phenomena. Such echoes may limit or preclude ATC from providing services based on radar. Fr: ├ęchos ind├ęsirables
Unwanted signals, echoes, or images on the radar display interfering with the observation of desired signals.
Undesirable echoes on radar displays. For a weather radar, clutter usually refers to echoes from ground targets in the main lobe or sidelobes of the antenna pattern ( ground clutter) but might also refer to apparent echoes caused by interference from other radar or radio sources. For tracking or navigational radars, echoes from precipitation may obscure the targets of interest and are called weather clutter. See cancellation ratio, clutter rejection.
Keywords:  itunes, drag, desktop, neatly, app
Clutter is a small Mac OS X application that lets you put music CDs on your desktop. You can drag them anywhere . Line them up neatly or put them in piles, it's your choice. Each one looks like the real CD cover, and double-clicking it tells iTunes to play that CD. Think of Clutter as an alternate user interface to your music collection.
Small Mac OS X app that puts CD covers on your desktop, as a way to choose music to play or just enjoy the cover art. Drag wherever you want, double-click to play. Artwork is fetched from Amazon or can be pasted in manually, and can be exported to iTunes
To crowd together in disorder; to fill or cover with things in disorder; to throw into disorder; to disarrange; as, to clutter a room.
The amount of time devoted to nonprogram content (advertising, promotions, public service announcements) on a particular medium.
Excessive amounts of advertising carried by a station from other political advertisers.
A confused collection; hence, confusion; disorder; as, the room is in a clutter.
Clatter; confused noise.
To make a confused noise; to bustle.
Keywords:  nab, transmitter
NAB Transmitter
Keywords:  clowder, see
See Clowder
The proliferation of indistinguishable names within a particular product category. The high-tech industry is sometimes considered "cluttered" with 'net' names.
Keywords:  disorderly, fill, space, way
fill a space in a disorderly way
Natural or manmade objects like trees, hills and buildings which restrict the propagation of radio signals.
Keywords:  coagulate, clot, blood
To clot or coagulate, as blood.