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transponder

noun [C]
 
 
/trænˈspɒn.dər/ US  /-ˈspɑːn.dɚ/ specialized
an electronic device that gives out a radio signal when it receives a similar signal telling it to
(发射机)应答器
Aircraft are required by law to carry transponders, so that they can be identified.
按照法律规定,飞机必须携带应答器以便识别。
Radio
Translations of “transponder”
in Chinese (Traditional) (發射機)應答器,轉發器…
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