Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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The resistance that if inserted in place of the antenna would consume the
same amount of power as that radiated by the antenna .
The term describing teletypewriter, voice, telegraphic, and facsimile
RADIO FREQUENCY (RF)—(1) Any frequency of electromagnetic energy capable of propagation into space . (2) The frequencies that fall between 3 kilohertz and 300 gigahertz used for radio communications .
RADIO FREQUENCY CARRIER SHIFT
The system that uses a keyer to shift a radio frequency signal above or below an assigned frequency. These shifts correspond to marks and spaces .
The boundary beyond the natural horizon in which radio waves cannot be propagated over the earth's surface .
RADIO SET CONTROL UNIT
Equipment used to remotely control certain transmitter and receiver
(1) A form of radiant energy that can neither be seen nor felt. (2) An electromagnetic wave that is generated by a transmitter .
Also called BINARY POINT, OCTAL POINT, DECIMAL POINT, and so forth, depending on the number system .
The length of a straight line between a radar set and a target  .