radio signal


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Noun1.radio signal - a radio wave used to transmit and receive messagesradio signal - a radio wave used to transmit and receive messages
radio emission, radio radiation, radio wave - an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between 0.5 cm to 30,000 m
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The Kazakh side is obliged to bring the work of its radio transmitting devices in line, that is, the territory of the distribution of the television radio signal should be reduced, according to the international procedures for reconciling the work of radio electronic equipment deviating from the agreed parameters, the statement said.
Currently, the radio signal is provided to Green Valley by utilizing the ESF microwave which takes the signal and sends it to SNACC and then back again.
In this method, first the receiving AM radio signal containing HV noise is quadrature demodulated.
Radio signal propagation is very important to anyone designing or operating a radio system.
s Traceable Wireless Radio Signal Refrigerator Thermometer receives readings from up to three remote refrigerator sensors via 433 MHz radio signals.
A radio signal can be reflected off walls, furniture, equipment and other objects in the environment.
Suppose, following the author of [2] reasonings, the satellite sends a radio signal to the event at A to see the departure of the neutrino when this radio signal is sent back to the satellite.
TRA director of consumer affairs and media Ghada Al Gassab said it had conducted a study into radio signal levels, which found emissions from mobile phone masts to be below the global minimum.
RADIO signal levels emitted from phone masts in Bahrain are significantly below the levels recommended by the World Health Organisation, according to a report.
In their experiments, Wilson and Patwari obtained radio signal strength measurements from all the transceivers--first when a rectangle of space was empty and then when a person walked through it.
While it may not exactly qualify as an amenity in a neighborhood in which billions of dollars of transportation infrastructure and office and residential development are being built, downtown will soon be able to count a never fuzzy CBS radio signal on both the AM and FM dials as an added perk.
Powered by a reader, the tags emit a radio signal that transmits the electronic product code and other information back to the reader.