Syntony

The condition of being syntonic, or ‘tuned` so as to respond to one another, as two electric circuits. Early term for ‘tuned` circuits, as developed by Marconi around 1901.
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Syntony

• (n.) State of being adjusted to a certain wave length; agreement or tuning between the time period of an apparatus emitting electric oscillations and that of a receiving apparatus, esp. in wireless telegraphy.
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Syntony

Syn'to·ny noun [ Confer Greek ... agreement. See Syn- ; Tone .] (Physics) State of being adjusted to a certain wave length; agreement or tuning between the time period of an apparatus emitting electric oscillations and that of a receiving apparatus, esp. in wireless telegraphy.
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syntony

syntony The state of being adjusted to a certain wave length; agreement or tuning between the time period of an apparatus emitting electric oscillations and that of a receiving apparatus; especially, in wireless telegraphy.
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