Definition of Radio signal

1. Noun. A radio wave used to transmit and receive messages.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radio Signal

radio modem
radio monitoring
radio nebula
radio news
radio noise
radio observation
radio officer
radio operator
radio radiation
radio receiver
radio reception
radio reflector
radio set
radio shack
radio shacks
radio signal (current term)
radio silence
radio sounding
radio soundings
radio source
radio spectrum
radio station
radio stations
radio tag
radio tagging
radio telegraphy
radio telemetry
radio telephony
radio telescope
radio telescopes

Literary usage of Radio signal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... to amplify a radio signal at its radio frequency, pass it through a detector tube and then amplify the resulting audio frequency current. ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"It is, however, quite practicable to amplify a radio signal at its radio frequency, pass it through a detector tube and then amplify the resulting audio ..."

3. Galileo, the Tour Guide: A Summary of the Mission to Date edited by Jean H. Aichele (1997)
"The spacecraft radio signal will be used to investigate Jupiter's neutral ... The radio signal propagating from the spacecraft to Earth experiences both ..."

4. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"The signal used in getting this film, as well as those to follow, was much stronger than an actual radio signal; the change in " telephone " current in Fig. ..."

5. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"The signal used in getting this film, as well as those to follow, was much stronger than an actual radio signal; the change in " telephone " current in Fig. ..."

6. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"The signal used in getting this film, as well as those to follow, was much stronger than an actual radio signal; the change in " telephone " current in Fig. ..."

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