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transmit

[tranz′mit]
(communications)
To send a message, program, or other information to a person or place by wire, radio, or other means.
(computer science)
To move data from one location to another.

transmit

To send data over a communications line. See transfer.
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0], the expected number of transmitting nodes in a slot is smaller because of the longer average backoff by each node.
Because it is relatively slow and can be used only for communicating random bits, the apparatus is best suited for transmitting cryptographic keys.
The reflecting reemission microscope has the advantage of being able to scan thicker samples rather than the ultra-thin sample-wafers the transmitting microscope must use.
Forthcoming wireless multi-hop networks such as ad hoc and sensor networks will allow network nodes to control the communication topology by choosing their transmitting ranges.
For the first time, researchers have evoked reflex responses in laboratory rats with midbrain neural transplants, demonstrating that such transplants are capable of transmitting specific information in response to natural stimuli.