compander


compander
/keuhm pan"deuhr/, n. Electronics.
(in a communications path) a combination of a compressor at one point and an expander at another, the compressor reducing the volume of a signal and the expander restoring it.
Also, compandor.
[1965-70; COM(PRESS) + (EX)PAND + -ER1]

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