Transponder

Transponder,

Definition of Transponder:

  1. Passive radio-relay equipment which, when struck by a signal, responds by sending a coded signal or by reflecting the original signal in an amplified and/or altered form.

  2. A device for receiving a radio signal and automatically transmitting a different signal.

How to use Transponder in a sentence?

  1. The line includes power supplies, transmitters, optical amplifiers, digital transponders, return-path receivers, fiber-node platforms and Ethernet access devices.

Meaning of Transponder & Transponder Definition