Definition of Radio reflector

1. Noun. Astronomical telescope that picks up electromagnetic radiations in the radio-frequency range from extraterrestrial sources.

Exact synonyms: Radio Telescope
Generic synonyms: Astronomical Telescope
Terms within: Dish, Dish Aerial, Dish Antenna, Saucer
Specialized synonyms: Radio Interferometer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radio Reflector

radio jockey
radio knife
radio label
radio link
radio modem
radio monitoring
radio nebula
radio news
radio noise
radio observation
radio officer
radio operator
radio radiation
radio receiver
radio reception
radio reflector (current term)
radio set
radio shack
radio shacks
radio signal
radio silence
radio sounding
radio soundings
radio source
radio spectrum
radio station
radio stations
radio tag
radio tagging
radio telegraphy

Literary usage of Radio reflector

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1. The Edison Monthly by New York Edison Company (1909)
"radio reflector COMPANY, 1178 Broadway, New York. The well- known "Radio" reflector will be in evidence in the above company's booth. ..."

2. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Facilities include a 305-m diameter spherical radio reflector antenna and a 30-m dia parabolic antenna used for interferometric or bistatic observations. ..."

3. Wireless Telegraphy by Jonathan Adolf Wilhelm Zenneck (1915)
"... 412 HERTZ, H., Field of open oscillator, 409 Frequency, determination of, 106 Hertz oscillator, 41 radio reflector experiments, 340 Heterodyne receiver, ..."

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