Radio synonyms

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(Radio) A radio specifically tuned for usage inside cars, i. e. by utilization of traffic programme and alternative frequency functions.
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A receiving device
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The body of all data transferred to one or both parties during an act of communication.
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The study and practice of wireless communication
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The quality of the sound produced by a radio as a result of the strength of the signal, and the presence of interference
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(Biochemistry) The sending of a biochemical signal
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The study and practice of wireless communication
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The transmission of sound (in both directions) using modulated radio waves rather than wires
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Telegraphy in which messages are transmitted by radio instead of wire.
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The study and practice of wireless communication
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(Former) electronics
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A receiving device
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A radio with a built-in clock that can be set to turn the radio on or off at any desired time
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An electronic device that controls the flow of an electric current, most often used as an amplifier or switch. Transistors usually consist of three layers of semiconductor material, in which the flow of electric current across the outer layer is regulated by the voltage or current applied at the middle layer. Having replaced the vacuum tube, transistors are the basis of much modern electronic technology, including the microprocessor.
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A receiving device
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A receiving device
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A computer system designed to play a specific format of video game using special controllers and a separate display, such as a television.
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A message transmitted by wireless telegraph or telephone.
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A receiving device
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A radio transceiver capable of operating on the band designated for this system.
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(Rare) A walk and talk.
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A primitive type of radio receiver with a crystal detector instead of an electron tube detector
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A boom box.
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A powerful portable audio system for listening collectively to recorded or broadcast sound.
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(Business) The business or profession of radio and television.
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(Plural only) Telecommunications, the science and technology of communicating, especially by electronic means.
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A signal, message, or audio or video program that is broadcast over a communication network:
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(Video games) A hand-held video gaming device.
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An electromagnetic wave that is shorter than those used in commercial broadcasting, usually a radio wave 60 meters or less in length
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The definition of a signal is a message or means of communicating a message.
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A personal audio cassette player.
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an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates and amplifies transmitted signals
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An apparatus for receiving radio or television signals; receiver
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Any means of communication using radio or other electromagnetic waves
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Of or pertaining to telecommunication.
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(Uncountable) Collectively, the programs broadcast via the medium of television.
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The study and practice of wireless communication
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A disinterested party chosen by a corporation or by a court to collect and protect property that is the subject of diverse claims. A receiver is often appointed in proceedings concerning insolvency.
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A device for tuning, especially an electronic circuit or device used to select signals at a specific frequency for amplification and conversion to video, sound, or both.
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A receiving device
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(Dated) a small portable radio receiver having transistors rather than thermionic valves; popular from the late 1950s
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A receiving device
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Of or relating to telephones.
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Find another word for radio. In this page you can discover 48 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for radio, like: car-radio, pocket radio, communication, radio transmission, radio-reception, signaling, radio engineering, radiotelephony, radiotelegraphy, radio operation and radionics.