Transmitter is a drilling equipment, specifically, the downhole component of an electronic locating system. It is the same as sonde.

Ref: 124202/2006-09-25

Transmitter pertains to any device that sends a signal. An acoustic transmitter (tag) sends a sound signal. Radio transmitters send radio signal.

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Drilling (Drilling -is described as the use of such a ...)
Transceiver (Transceiver is defined as radio receiver and ...)


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