Transmitter meaning

trăns-mĭtər, trănz-
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A person who transmits.
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One that transmits.

A transmitter of disease.

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A neurotransmitter.
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A thing that transmits.
  • The part of a telegraphic instrument by which messages are sent.
  • The part of a telephone, behind or including the mouthpiece, that converts speech sound into electric impulses for transmission.
  • The apparatus that generates radio waves, modulates their amplitude or frequency, and transmits them by means of an antenna.
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One that transmits.

A transmitter of disease.

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A neurotransmitter.
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A device that converts sound, light, or electrical signals into radio, microwave, or other electrical signals of sufficient strength for the purpose of telecommunication.
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A device that generates signals. Contrast with receiver.
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Also known as a sender or source, a transmitter is a device that originates, or generates, an information transfer to one or more receivers. Transmitters include telephones, facsimile machines, data terminals, host computers, and video cameras. See also receiver and transceiver.
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Something that transmits something (in all senses).
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An electronic device that generates and amplifies a carrier wave, modulates it with a meaningful signal derived from speech, music, TV or other sources, and broadcasts the resulting signal from an antenna.
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Origin of transmitter