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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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"We do not believe that a residential community is the appropriate site for one of the most powerful television transmitters in Europe."
The STABILINE products are utilised worldwide for the protection of radio and television transmitters, studio equipment, production facilities and mobile production vehicles.
People who live near a television transmitter in the Midlands are at greater risk of contracting cancer, it was claimed yesterday.
A radio and television transmitter at Mount Jastrebac, 120 miles south-west of Belgrade.
Glenlivet - 10 miles from Tomintoul, Banffshire, and famous for its whisky distillery - was given a new television transmitter mast two weeks ago.
Former Gildersome rider Nigel Crowther, who now lives in the shadow of the Emley Moor television transmitter, beat Drighlington's Paul Kettlewell for the class award by five marks.
It was on this day in 1925 that the great Scots inventor John Logie Baird created his first television transmitter. The iPad is about as revolutionary as a three-month-old Flemish sprout in comparison with the cultural impact of this box with its flickering images.
To celebrate his 60th birthday he jumped from the Nebo television transmitter in Gwynedd and, aged 61, he launched himself off the world's highest waterfall, the Angel Falls in Venezuela, which has a 3,000 foot drop.
Work was well under way to build a television transmitter at Holme Moss.
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.
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'.