burst transmission


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burst transmission

[′bərst tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
A radio transmission in which messages stored for a given time are sent at from 10 to more than 100 times the normal rate, recorded when received, and then slowed down to the normal rate for the user.
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An identity borrowed from a dead Canadian, forged passports, messages sent by shortwave burst transmission or in invisible ink.
The packets are electronically aggregated at the network edge into bursts, according to their destination and class of service (CoS), but with timescale of milliseconds, which is a typical forwarding time of IP routers, making the reservation of resources along the path prior to burst transmission feasible.
Systems employing crypto devices can include frequency hopping, spread spectrum, low probability of intercept detection, RF power optimization, and burst transmission.
The reservation request is then immediately followed by the burst transmission, diminishing communication latency and improving overall network efficiency.
These features include GPS location, data encryption, combat programming, random burst transmission, covert channel selection, speech transmission and automated activation.
The burst transmission approach solves the problem of managing a large number of simultaneous users, which stymied previous efforts to deliver true interactive television.
The Australian patent, number 722,482, entitled Broadcast Video Burst Transmission Cyclic Distribution Apparatus and Method, has particular relevance in pay-per-view and multicasting applications.
4, the advanced video delivery software which increases network throughput and optimizes network performance through its use of managed, faster-than-real-time burst transmission.
BreezePHONE is based on the BreezeCOM technology which provides burst transmission rates of up to 3 Mbps.
The burst transmission of video at the Vyvx booth at NAB clearly demonstrates that faster-than-real-time transfer is key to enabling the efficient and effective handling of multimedia content within the post-production and broadcast industries.
These include support for redundant uplinks, full duplex operation, burst transmission mode, ATM LAN emulation support, higher-speed operation (e.
4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Circuits are being squeezed into smaller spaces and being used at higher speeds, with mixed signals and occasionally including digital burst transmissions.