carrier beat

carrier beat

[′kar·ē·ər ‚bēt]
(communications)
An undesirable heterodyne of facsimile signals, each synchronous with a different stable reference oscillator, causing a pattern in received copy.
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The national carrier beat off competition from arch-rivals British Airways to become the public's favourite way to fly.