Definition of Transmitters

1. Noun. (plural of transmitter) ¹



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Definition of Transmitters

1. transmitter [n] - See also: transmitter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transmitters

transmissivity
transmissometer
transmissometers
transmit
transmitivity
transmits
transmittable
transmittal
transmittals
transmittance
transmittances
transmittant
transmitted
transmitted light
transmitter
transmitters (current term)
transmittible
transmitting
transmitting aerial
transmogrification
transmogrifications
transmogrified
transmogrifies
transmogrify
transmogrifying
transmon
transmons
transmontane
transmountain
transmundane

Literary usage of Transmitters

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1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1907)
"With solid-back transmitters, the best results are usually obtained by talking ... The design of transmitters has been very well treated by WA Taylor in the ..."

2. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"Panel transmitters.—In point of efficiency, general utility, ... Although the y2 KW and 2 KW panel transmitters are now standard for ship service, ..."

3. Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics (1994)
"The transmitters contain supporting electronic circuits that may provide a ... The transmitters may also contain isolators. These are components that ..."

4. Voice of America: Management Actions Needed to Adjust to a Changing Environment (1992)
"Two of the nine transmitters were installed in the Philippines as planned. ... VGA installed two transmitters in the Philippines and did not install any ..."

5. Telephone Apparatus: An Introduction to the Development and Theory by George Defrees Shepardson (1917)
"Occasional use is made of magneto transmitters based on electromagnetic induction, these being usually ordinary permanent magnet receivers employed as ..."

6. Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice by Archie Frederick Collins (1905)
"161 are the fundamental circuits and additional ones represent transforming circuits cither for frequency or potential. CLASSIFICATION OF transmitters. ..."

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