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-'''[[Transponder]]''' is a '''[[wireless]]''' communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. '''[[Transponders]]''' can be either passive or active. This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location. +[[Image:Transponder.png|'''[[Transponder]]''' is a '''[[wireless]]''' communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. '''[[Transponders]]''' can be either passive or active. This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location.|thumb|300px]]
-== Also See: ==+'''[[Transponder]]''' is a '''[[wireless]]''' communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. '''[[Transponders]]''' can be either passive or active.
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 +This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location.
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 +== '''Also See''': ==
*'''[[Freestyle Timing Booklet]]''' *'''[[Freestyle Timing Booklet]]'''
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# Wikipedia See '''''Transponder''''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transponder] # Wikipedia See '''''Transponder''''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transponder]
# Event Timing [http://www.eventtiming.com.au/Products%20Transponders%20RCS.html] # Event Timing [http://www.eventtiming.com.au/Products%20Transponders%20RCS.html]
 +# ChampionChip System [http://www.premiertiming.com/page/Timing_Systems]
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Transponder is a wireless communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. Transponders can be either passive or active. This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location.
Transponder is a wireless communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. Transponders can be either passive or active. This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location.

Transponder is a wireless communications, monitoring, or control device that picks up and automatically responds to an incoming signal. The term is a contraction of the words transmitter and responder. Transponders can be either passive or active.

This device is primarily used as a re-transmitter due to the fact that it receives a particular signal from a particular source, then it amplifies (strengthens) the signal before sending it to a predefined location.

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  1. Wikipedia See Transponder [1]
  2. Event Timing [2]
  3. ChampionChip System [3]

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