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transmitter

(trăns-mĭt′ər, trănz-)
n.
1. One that transmits: a transmitter of disease.
2. A neurotransmitter.

transmitter

An MRI term for a component of an MR scanner that produces the radio frequency (RF) current (signal) and delivers it to the transmitting coil (antenna) to excite the protons in the imaging volume.
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A new harness design for attachment of radio transmitters to small passerines.
One telegraph pioneer who seems to have come tantalisingly close to inventing a radio transmitter was David Hughes.
Instead, a scanner "reads" information from a tiny radio transmitter.
In another of their projects--this one dubbed FREE BITS--the technologists envision a network of high-speed radio transmitters called Infostations, pumping data to handheld devices as quickly as 100 megabytes per second (mbps).
When safely in hand, the animals are gently fitted with tiny radio transmitters that are secured with surgical cement.
This could save on wiring costs, but Gilmore notes that radio transmitters are currently much more expensive than "hard wiring" and are subject to disturbance from external noise.
Over the next 13 years they banded and weighed more than 200 birds, fitted many with radio transmitters, and spent countless hours in the dark observing them.
In the Atlanta LATA 10 new radio transmitters would be installed and three existing transmitters in the Atlanta metro area would be retained.
com/research/b6e782/china_television) has announced the addition of the "China Television, Radio Transmitters & Apparatus Industry Profile - ISIC3220" report to their offering.
The scope of supply consists of the delivery and installation of Aeronautical Air/Ground Radio Equipment, including but not limited to radio transmitters and radio receivers, associated equipment (such as power supplies, couplers, distributors, racks) and hardware and software for Monitoring and Control purposes at ATC-NL locations.
Some evaluations of radio transmitters have revealed deleterious effects such as feather wear, lower survival, reduced reproductive effort, behavioral changes, and mass loss (Paquette et al.
The young harriers have been fitted with miniature radio transmitters by Natural England's Hen Harrier Recovery Project team.