SIMO


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SIMO

(Single Input Multiple Outputs) Pronounced "sy-mo," it is the use of a single transmitter and multiple receivers on a wireless device for improved performance. See MIMO.
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In peace, from their want of confidence in each other, they will entrust the guardianship of the state to mercenaries and their general, who will be an arbiter between them, and sometimes become master of both, which happened at Larissa, when Simos and the Aleuadae had the chief power.