television transmitter

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Noun1.television transmitter - transmitter that is part of a television systemtelevision transmitter - transmitter that is part of a television system
television system, television - a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
sender, transmitter - set used to broadcast radio or tv signals
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548 billion in 2014, TRT's revenue for the year included TL 801 million from TRT tax on electricity bills, more than TL 600 million in fees from the sales of all devices containing a radio or television transmitter and TL 110 million in advertising revenue.
Named after the 1000-foot television transmitter constructed to bring the programmes of Granada TV to Bolton and Chorley, they bring a warm-heated, eccentric brand of acoustic pop with a harmony-drenched quality.
They were on a night training flight when the MI-17B helicopter hit a 120-meter (394-foot) -high television transmitter near Strumica, about 190 kilometers (120 miles) south of the capital Skopje, AP reported.
A farmer ploughing in a field in St Mellons in June 1950 where it was proposed to site Wales' first television transmitter
The company's environmentally friendly technology includes the Futhura Plus, a television transmitter that achieves energy efficiency of up to 35 per cent.
It was on this day in 1925 that the great Scots inventor John Logie Baird created his first television transmitter.
Communications and information technology company Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) on Monday opened a new factory in Brazil to manufacture low-power and mid-power UHF television transmitter products to support the region's transition to digital television.
Sutton Coldfield was the first television transmitter to broadcast outside London and the Home Counties, bringing BBC Television to viewers outside of the south-east of England for the first time.
The order consists of 62 (31 pairs of main and backup systems) digital terrestrial television transmitter systems ranging in output from 1.
This issue gained national attention when a Dallas TV station, testing a digital television transmitter (DTV), knocked out of operation low-powered heart monitors at Baylor University Medical Center and Methodist Medical Center.
People living near a television transmitter in the Midlands do not face a greater risk of contracting cancer, a new study has revealed.
Also reportedly hit was a power transmission line near Obrenovac, about 19 miles southwest of Belgrade, and a television transmitter near Uzice, central Serbia.