Lead-in



[leed-in] /ˈlidˌɪn/

noun
1.
something that leads in or introduces; introduction; opening.
2.
Radio, Television.

adjective
3.
(of a conductor) carrying input to an electric or electronic device or circuit, especially from an antenna.
/ˈliːdˌɪn/
noun
1.

2.
the connection between a radio transmitter, receiver, etc, and the aerial or transmission line

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