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radio transmission

[′rād·ē·ō tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
The transmission of signals through space at radio frequencies by means of radiated electromagnetic waves.
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radio transmission

Sending electromagnetic waves into the air. In 1894, Marconi transmitted the first radio waves. The first commercial radio station to transmit audio frequencies was KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1920. See RF.
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Lise Olsen, course director for the MA Acting programme at Birmingham School of Acting, said: "In directing the piece I have tried to keep the feel of the regular radio transmission, even to the extent of having live FOLEY (sound effect) performers, as would have happened in the original transmission in 1948."
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Muscat, July 3 (ONA) The Public Authority for Radio and Television (PART) started expanding the scope of radio transmission to ensure reaching radio listeners in East Africa, North of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Iraq, Levant countries, Mediterranean Basin countries and Europe.
The operation of this station comes as part of the plan of the Public Authority for Radio and Television (PART) to expand its radio transmission at different parts of the Sultanate.
Morgan withdraws his funding for the tower's construction, ruining Tesla's dreams for transatlantic radio transmission and free wireless energy.
The meetings will discuss strengthening of the joint cooperation in the fields of TV and Radio transmission, exchange of news reports, activation of the cooperation protocols signed by the two countries including the memo of understanding between SUNA and the Middle East News Agency (MENA) and other related issue .
Winners must live in the TFM or Metro Radio transmission areas and no cash alternative or alternative dates available.
signal, a mysterious radio transmission detected in 1977 that may or may not have come from extraterrestrials, is finally getting a response from humanity.