[in-ter-moj-uh-ley-shuh n, -mod-yuh-]
- the production in an electrical device of frequencies that are the sums or differences of frequencies of different inputs or of their harmonics.
Origin of intermodulation
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- interaction between two signals in electronic apparatus such that each affects the amplitude of the other
- (as modifier)intermodulation distortion
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