Angrily Mitch keyed the carrier wave, screwed the button tightly down, and kicked on the four-hundred cycle modulator.
How do you get your carrier wave underground to those tunnels?
The radio was silent, with just the hum of the carrier wave as Krafft waited for him to continue.
And it must be close by, for the intensity of the carrier wave was tremendous.
Therefore the carrier wave must have come through our whole system of screens without so much as giving an alarm.
Our projections are useless, as they can be driven only a very short distance upon our present carrier wave.
He imposed the audio system upon the inconceivably high frequency of their carrier wave and spoke in the Osnomian tongue.
Orne heard the sudden hiss of the carrier wave in his neck transceiver, but there was no voice from the monitor.
The EEG recording is simply fed into a gadget that modulates a carrier wave.
We must see what we are doing, so the light-rays must be heterodyned upon our carrier wave.
late 14c., agent noun from carry (v.). Meaning "person or animal that carries and disseminates infection without suffering obvious disease" is from 1899; genetic sense is 1933. As a short form of aircraft carrier it dates from 1917. Carrier pigeon is from 1640s.
carrier car·ri·er (kār'ē-ər)
A person or an animal that shows no symptoms of a disease but harbors the infectious agent of that disease and is capable of transmitting it to others.
A compound capable of transferring a hydrogen atom from one compound to another.
A quantity of naturally occurring element added to a minute amount of pure isotope, especially a radioactive one, to facilitate the chemical handling of the isotope.
An individual that carries, but does not express, a gene for a particular recessive trait, yet when mated with another carrier, can produce offspring that do.