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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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The STABILINE products are utilised worldwide for the protection of radio and television transmitters, studio equipment, production facilities and mobile production vehicles.
Work was well under way to build a television transmitter at Holme Moss.
Last month a television transmitter was 'knocked out' in the Shropshire area, but F4J deny any involvement in the incident, which they attribute to a 'rogue father'.
Work on a Holme Moss television transmitter was confidently expected to start early in 1950 and to be in operation by 1951, bringing television to a potential audience of 11m.
As a result of the OEM agreement sbs and Eddystone gain worldwide rights to distribute Statmon's Axess products bundled with sbs or Eddystone Radio and Television transmitter products.
Speaking at the launch of the ZNBC dual-cast television transmitter at Kaloko Hill in Ndola recently, the minister said the transmitter has been installed in line with the Government's pledge to ensure public access to information, a basic pre-requisite to intensify democracy and development.
announces it has been awarded a contract to develop a VHF television transmitter for the U.
In the meantime, according to official reports on IRINN TV, the national Iranian broadcasting has been able in past years to avoid paying $55 million to foreign companies by using domestic technology to acquire radio and television transmitters.
He secured funding for the digital conversion for the 9 NET radio and television transmitters and during his tenure, program production reached new heights.
From the vibrations filling the air when jets take off to the waves generated by radio and television transmitters, our environment is full of largely wasted energy.
NATO: NATO announced Saturday it had carried out precision strikes on three Libyan television transmitters to silence "terror broadcasts" by Moamer Kadhafi s regime.
The last analogue television transmitters started switching off at midnight, leaving every viewer with a digital signal.