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receiver-transmitter

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  • Put the cell phone together with an MP3 player, the thinking goes, and you have a receiver-transmitter that should let you discover new music more efficiently than you ever could with broadcast radio.

    ROKR and Music for Mobiles

  • There was more than enough metal in the bracelet to form a strong receiver-transmitter, just as the chunks of blue which Gaggii was toying with moved too freely in their bezels for stones that should have been firmly epoxied in place.

    Cyber Way

  • A desk, two chairs, a filing cabinet and the big R.C.A. receiver-transmitter powered by a heavy T.R.S. cable that ran through the hole in the door and snaked across the grass and mud and one corner of the tarmac to the main terminal buildings.

    Fear is the Key

  • To my surprise a bell rang behind me, and while I sat looking at a curious instrument on the post, wondering if it were a telephone, the captain came in, took from it a strange receiver-transmitter, and spoke into it.

    At Plattsburg

  • We are creating the world's most trusted encyclopedia and knowledge base. log in, you'll be able to edit this page instantly! radio or radar receiver-transmitter that will generate a reply signal, upon proper interrogation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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