Slotted section | Article about slotted section by The Free Dictionary
slotted section[′släd·əd ‚sek·shən]
A section of waveguide or shielded transmission line in which the shield is slotted to permit the use of a traveling probe for examination of standing waves. Also known as slotted line; slotted waveguide.
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The unit will cater for both singles and LP's and the lid can be closed whilst playing LP's thanks to the slotted section
. Speeds can be adjusted to both 33.3 and 45rpm and the sound from the integral twin stereo speakers is crisp and clear.