Definition of Radio receiver

1. Noun. An electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radio Receiver

radio jet
radio jock
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 (current term)
radio reception
radio reflector
radio set
radio shack
radio shacks
radio signal
radio silence
radio sounding
radio soundings
radio source
radio spectrum
radio station
radio stations
radio tag

Literary usage of Radio receiver

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1. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"The circuits of a simple radio receiver appear in the diagram of Fig. ... Simple 149—Circuit of radio receiver. The action of this apparatus during the ..."

2. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"The circuits of a simple radio receiver appear in the diagram of Fig. ... 149—Circuit of Simple radio receiver. The action of this apparatus during the ..."

3. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"The circuits of a simple radio receiver appear in the diagram of Fig. ... O 149—Circuit of radio receiver. The action of this apparatus during the reception ..."

4. Practical Wireless Telegraphy: A Complete Text Book for Students of Radio by Elmer Eustice Bucher (1917)
"Simple D 149—Circuit of radio receiver. The action of this apparatus during the reception of signals may be explained as follows: A train of waves radiated ..."

5. The how and why of Radio Apparatus: A Treatise on the Principles Underlying by Harry Winfield Secor (1920)
"However, this does not mean that the radio receiver, as it is usually termed in ... With all the losses in the telephone or radio receiver, however, ..."

6. Wireless Telegraphy: Its Origins, Development, Inventions, and Apparatus by Charles Henry Sewall (1903)
"... Navy Radio-Receiver—The radio-receiver adopted by the Italian navy, a result of the combined efforts of its experts, is a composite of the coherer and ..."

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