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Nuremberg-Kleinreuth radio transmitter         
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Transmitter Nürnberg-Kleinreuth; Transmitter Nuremburg-Kleinreuth; Transmitter Nuremberg-Kleinreuth; Transmitter Nuernberg-Kleinreuth; Transmitter Nurnberg-Kleinreuth
The Transmitter Nuremberg-Kleinreuth was a broadcasting facility for medium wave at Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany. It was founded in 1927 in Nuremberg-Kleinreuth at the former Broadcast Street 24, now Sigmund Street 181, in order to supply the northern areas of Bavaria with broadcast programs in the medium-wave band.
transmitter         
  • Animation of a [[half-wave dipole]] antenna transmitting [[radio waves]], showing the [[electric field]] lines.  The antenna in the center is two vertical metal rods, with an alternating current applied at its center from a radio transmitter ''(not shown)''.  The voltage charges the two sides of the antenna alternately positive ''<span style="color:red;">(+)</span>'' and negative  ''<span style="color:blue;">(−)</span>''.  Loops of electric field ''(black lines)'' leave the antenna and travel away at the [[speed of light]]; these are the radio waves.  This animation shows the action slowed enormously
  • Hertz discovering radio waves in 1887 with his first primitive radio transmitter (background).
  • A radio transmitter is usually part of a [[radio communication]] system which uses [[electromagnetic wave]]s ([[radio wave]]s) to transport information (in this case sound) over a distance.
RADIO SIGNAL EMITTING MACHINE
Radio transmitter; XMTR; Transmitters; Radio transmitters; Transmitting; Shortwave transmitter; Short-wave transmitter; Short wave transmitter; Medium wave transmitter; Longwave transmitter; Long-wave transmitter; Long wave transmitter; Transmitter (radio); Transmitter building; Radiotransmitter; Signal radiator; History of radio transmitters; Transmission site; Radio frequency transmitter; Radio freq transmitter
¦ noun
1. a device or installation used to generate and transmit electromagnetic waves carrying messages or signals, especially those of radio or television.
2. short for neurotransmitter.
transmitter         
  • Animation of a [[half-wave dipole]] antenna transmitting [[radio waves]], showing the [[electric field]] lines.  The antenna in the center is two vertical metal rods, with an alternating current applied at its center from a radio transmitter ''(not shown)''.  The voltage charges the two sides of the antenna alternately positive ''<span style="color:red;">(+)</span>'' and negative  ''<span style="color:blue;">(−)</span>''.  Loops of electric field ''(black lines)'' leave the antenna and travel away at the [[speed of light]]; these are the radio waves.  This animation shows the action slowed enormously
  • Hertz discovering radio waves in 1887 with his first primitive radio transmitter (background).
  • A radio transmitter is usually part of a [[radio communication]] system which uses [[electromagnetic wave]]s ([[radio wave]]s) to transport information (in this case sound) over a distance.
RADIO SIGNAL EMITTING MACHINE
Radio transmitter; XMTR; Transmitters; Radio transmitters; Transmitting; Shortwave transmitter; Short-wave transmitter; Short wave transmitter; Medium wave transmitter; Longwave transmitter; Long-wave transmitter; Long wave transmitter; Transmitter (radio); Transmitter building; Radiotransmitter; Signal radiator; History of radio transmitters; Transmission site; Radio frequency transmitter; Radio freq transmitter
n.
1) a longwave; radar; radio; shortwave transmitter
2) a television, TV transmitter