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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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The system can compress a video image to the MPEG-4, with a maximum bandwidth of 1Mbps, transmitting real-time high definition video via various networks including fixed LAN, wireless LAN, FOMA, and PHS.
37 file is in the appropriate Federal Reserve format before transmitting.
A new technical achievement promises to reduce the costs and widen the availability of "quantum cryptography"--a new form of encryption which is far more secure than any other method for transmitting sensitive information such as bank passwords or classified information.
Asia Netcom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Netcom (NYSE:CN)(SEHK:0906), today announced that its Japan operation, Asia Netcom Japan, together with partners, Miyagi Networks and Frontiers, have successfully completed one of the world's first large scale trials of transmitting high-definition television (HDTV) over a shared Internet backbone.
In addition to FBAR filters and E-pHEMT power amplifiers that help shrink handset size and save battery life, Agilent provides CMOS imaging solutions that enable camera phones, infrared transceivers for transmitting data, surface mount LEDs that provide backlighting styling options, and ambient light photo sensors that save battery life by controlling backlighting.
In addition to FBAR filters and E-pHEMT power amplifiers that help shrink handset size and save battery life, Agilent provides CMOS imaging solutions that enable camera phones; infrared transceivers for transmitting data; surface-mount LEDs that provide backlighting styling options; proximity sensors that allow the phones to automatically switch to speakerphone mode; and ambient light photo sensors that save battery life by controlling backlighting.