Examples from the Web for transmitter
The transmitter turns the iPod into an individual radio station, with a broadcast radius of a few feet.
So insistent was the call that the nurse's hand closed over the transmitter long before the burr ceased.Miss Mink's Soldier and Other Stories|Alice Hegan Rice
“All right, McGregor,” Curlie breathed into the transmitter.On the Yukon Trail|Roy J. Snell
It is well to have the Transmitter draw a pencil circle around the chosen word, so that he may be sure to remember it later.Practical Mind-Reading|William Walker Atkinson
When the dispatcher transmits a train order by telephone, he writes out the order as he speaks it into his transmitter.Cyclopedia of Telephony and Telegraphy, Vol. 2|Kempster Miller
Now let us consider Geoffrey as a gatherer and transmitter of the genuine oral traditions of the Welsh and Breton people.Medival Wales|A. G. Little
British Dictionary definitions for transmitter
Word Origin and History for transmitter
"apparatus for receiving radio signals," 1934, agent noun from transmit.