verb (used without object), het·er·o·dyned, het·er·o·dyn·ing.
verb (used with object), het·er·o·dyned, het·er·o·dyn·ing.
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In this case, a heterodyne frequency of a lower, and harmless frequency.The Ultimate Weapon
John Wood Campbell
In using either of these heterodyne receivers be sure to carefully adjust the B battery by means of the potentiometer.The Radio Amateur's Hand Book
A. Frederick Collins
This method of receiving continuous wave signals is called the “heterodyne” method.Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son