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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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Adverse effects of radio transmitters on the behavior of nesting Least Terns.
The radio transmitters and paging terminals would be installed by the Telecommunications Division's communications technicians.
We advocate that researchers involved in radio telemetry studies make efforts to evaluate, and subsequently report in the primary literature, the effects of radio transmitters, given their widespread use and potential risks to individual animals and results of studies.
Keith said: "Being able to track the movements of these birds through the radio transmitters and the coloured wing-tags which are fixed to their wings when they are young, allows us to build up a detailed record of their movements and helps our knowledge of how they behave.
The wireless radio transmitter in both TRANS PROX devices is designed with Linear's Mega-Code format.
Once the quiz trail has been successfully completed, it is possible to work out the code to signal for a rescue from a radio transmitter, located at the end of the maze.
But dog handlers have taken delivery of a new lightweight FIDO system ( a miniature camera and radio transmitter ( which is four times lighter.
Split-Level Combining utilizes the existing FM transmitter and a new common-amplification FM/HD Radio transmitter to generate the required FM analog power.
Although it may only have flown beyond the range of its attached radio transmitter, Barth says, "it's not a good sign when they disappear for this length of time.
2 million task order under the Navy Seaport-e contract to provide operational and maintenance support of the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command Radio Transmitter Facilities at Dixon, California.
The Wave Ceptor's magic ingredient is atomic timekeeping which ensures perfect timing via radio signals, it automatically receives the time and date from both the BT radio transmitter at Rugby (controlled by the National' Physical Laboratory's atomic clock) I and from Mainflingen Germany, which I both have transmission ranges of 900 miles each enabling the watch to self-adjust for summer and winter in the UK and automatically adjust to central European time - time can also be set manually if required.
What about the whistle, which seemed to have been produced by the lander's radio transmitter warming up?