Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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An FM modulator that uses a reactance tube in parallel with the oscillator tank circuit .
(1) The degree to which a receiver can usefully detect a weak signal. (2)
The lower limit of useful signal input to the receiver .
RECEIVER TRANSFER SWITCHBOARD
Equipment used to transfer receiver audio outputs to remote control station audio circuits .
The device used to pick up the RF signal from space .
See OUTPUT END .
The instant when an electromagnetic wave passes through a receiver antenna and induces a voltage in that antenna .
(OF A QUANTITY)—The value obtained by dividing the number 1 by that quantity .
The property of interchangeability of the same antenna for transmitting and receiving  .
In a radar, the time interval between the end of the transmitted pulse and the time when echo signals are no longer attenuated by the tr gap .