Definition of Heterodyning

1. Verb. (present participle of heterodyne) ¹



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Definition of Heterodyning

1. heterodyne [v] - See also: heterodyne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heterodyning

heterodoxal
heterodoxic
heterodoxies
heterodoxy
heterodromous
heteroduplex
heteroduplex DNA
heteroduplex mapping
heteroduplexes
heterodymus
heterodyne
heterodyne oscillator
heterodyne receiver
heterodyned
heterodynes
heterodyning (current term)
heteroecious
heteroecism
heteroecisms
heteroelement
heteroelements
heteroepitaxial
heteroepitaxy
heteroexcimer
heteroexcimers
heterofermentation
heterofermentative

Literary usage of Heterodyning

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1. Text-book on Wireless Telegraphy by Rupert Stanley (1919)
"CHAPTER VIII heterodyning—SENSITIVENESS OF VALVE' RECEPTION IN Chapter IV. reference has been made to the beats, or pulses, which may be set up in a valve ..."

2. Wireless Telegraphy: With Special Reference to the Quenched-spark System by Bernard John Leggett (1921)
"The former method is termed " auto- heterodyning," the latter "ultra- heterodyning ". \ Whilst one method reduces the number of valves and their adjustment, ..."

3. Transactions by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1921)
"... self heterodyning and without amplification; it was further determined that the sensitiveness of this type of detector in the self heterodyne and in the ..."

4. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"... receiver tuner having fixed values of inductance throughout, the required changes in frequency for "heterodyning" being obtained by variable condensers. ..."

5. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"... receiver tuner having fixed values of inductance throughout, the required changes in frequency for "heterodyning" being obtained by variable condensers. ..."

6. The Book of Radio: A Complete, Simple Explanation of Radio Reception and by Charles William Taussig (1922)
"The phenomenon is called in radio heterodyning. This principle of beat reception was first applied to radio some years ago by Mr. JVL Hogan. ..."

7. Precision Spectroscopy, Diode Lasers, and Optical Frequency Measuredited by Leo Hollberg edited by Leo Hollberg (2000)
"The laser beat note is detected directly or is mixed down by heterodyning with the microwave frequency or one of its harmonics. The microwaves are supplied ..."

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