microtransmitter

microtransmitter

(ˌmaɪkrəʊtrænzˈmɪtə)
n
(Broadcasting) a small electronic device which transmits television or radio signals
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microtransmitter

[ˌmaɪkrəʊtrænzˈmɪtəʳ] Nmicrotransmisor m
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The electronic knee is composed or ah antenna, transducers, and a microtransmitter that transmit force measurements into a computer-readable format.
Made by Breitling (Grenchen, Switzerland), this fully operational chronograph incorporates an emergency microtransmitter. The Emergency is available for civil-aviation broadcasting on the 121.5-MHz distress frequency or for military-aviation at the 243-MHz distress frequency.
The objectives of our study were to test and evaluate the efficacy of the combination of techniques reviewed above to study the behavioral ecology of refuged lizards, specifically 1) internal radio microtransmitters, 2) articulating borescope, 3) thermocouple attached to the borescope to measure body temperature, and 4) remote interrogation of implanted PIT tags.
Smart sleuths can still check out the exhibits--which include microtransmitters and espionage cameras--by taking the Canadian Security Intelligence Service's virtual tour at http:// www.csis-scrs.gc.ca/en/about-us/history-artifacts/default.
In later years, he applied modern remote sensing techniques (e.g., satellite-receiving microtransmitters) to learn more about gyrfalcons and peregrines.