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Transducer and Transponder

What is Transponder? Give the difference between Transducer and Transponder.
Asked by: ANILNIVARGI | Member Since Apr-2010 | Asked on: Apr 5th, 2010

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rajeshvineeta

Answered On : Apr 12th, 2010

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Transducer is a sensor while transponder is an amplifier.

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Manish01singh

Answered On : Aug 7th, 2010

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TRANSDUCER: A transducer is a device that convert one form of energy into other form of energy.

TRANSPONDER: A transponder is a combination of transmitter+receiver. it receives the weak incoming signal, amplifies it and again transmit the signal. It is mainly used in satellite communication.

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