telephone transmitter

telephone transmitter

[′tel·ə‚fōn tranz‚mid·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
The microphone used in a telephone set to convert speech into audio-frequency electric signals.
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The market for remote monitoring object in municipal buildings by means of detection systems connected to a telephone transmitter and including the benefits of on-site in case of detection of an alarm or malfunction.
Sports Argus writer Ralph Ellis demonstrates the 'latest' technology for delivering match reports - the Tandy telephone transmitter - in February 1986; DRIVERS' RETIREMENT One last delivery.
He invented a telephone transmitter and the telegraphony, which combined the telephone with the telegraph, making it unnecessary for telephone operators to learn Morse code.
AFRICAN AMERICANS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF technological advancement--from developing the first stoplight to perfecting the long-range telephone transmitter.
He invented the carbon telephone transmitter, the phonograph and the motion-picture projector.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-8 October 2001-Database of Britain's mobile telephone transmitter sites now available online (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The system consists of an antenna and a small control box containing a GPS receiver and a cellular telephone transmitter.
Should there be a ban on telephone transmitter masts on certain buildings - such as hospitals, schools and high-rise flats - or a complete ban in residential areas?
Woods, patented the telephone transmitter, commonly known as the mouthpiece?
The contract is for the remote monitoring of municipal buildings by means of detection systems connected to a telephone transmitter and including the on-site services upon detection of an alarm or a malfunction.
Sir, - May I make some points in regard to the scare stories about the danger of radiation from mobile telephone transmitter masts which are being spread so assiduously by the Green Party?