receiving set


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receiving set

[ri′sēv·iŋ ‚set]
(electronics)
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One aeroplane stayed at Hermannsburg with a wireless receiving set, and the other flew to Ilbilla, sending half-hourly signals.
He suggested a tax paid by radio manufacturers and added, "It would also be possible to license the people who desire to receive broadcasting and who are using receiving sets. This could be done in a manner similar to automobile licenses in all states of the Union."
There were, however, no receiving sets available to the general public.
It also includes several HF deck-edge antennas and VHF mast antennas, a receiving set that automatically searches for (and receives, collects and analyzes) selec ed signals.
has offered an alternative to the ADVCAP Receiver Processor Group (RPG) based on its ALR-67(V)3&4 Countermeasures Receiving Set. The company feels its proposal would provide equal or greater capability than the RPG in a smaller, more economical package.
He planted firmly in my mind his conviction that appreciation of writing and music, and all of the arts, depended only on our "receiving sets".
These include UHT (ultra high temperature) pack milk, processing, radio/wireless receiving sets, acetic yarn, PVC deep sea fishing, marble coal mining, 3-wheelers, granite etc.
Only a couple dozen stations could be heard in 1921-1922, and radio receiving sets were, for the most part, homemade devices.
The receiving sets cost $125 apiece, and each station committed to placing 50 sets in its broadcast area.
The telegraph was not only used by print media journalists, but also by sports fans themselves--bettors went to pool rooms and saloons equipped with receiving sets (Lever & Wheeler, 1993, p.
in Detroit was the "only organization in the world manufacturing and marketing a complete line of receiving sets for television broadcasts."