One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A device which combines the outputs of two radio frequency oscillators (one of fixed, and one of variable frequency), to give an output whose frequency equals the difference between the original frequencies.
2= beat oscillator.Related beat oscillator
1950s; earliest use found in Keith Henney (b. 1896).
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