noun in·ter·mod·u·la·tion \ˌin-tər-ˌmä-jə-ˈlā-shən\

Definition of intermodulation

  1. :  the production in an electrical device of currents having frequencies equal to the sums and differences of frequencies supplied to the device or of their harmonics

Origin and Etymology of intermodulation

International Scientific Vocabulary

First Known Use: 1931

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