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rebroadcast

[rē′brōd‚kast]
(communications)
Repetition of a radio or television program at a later time.
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The federal government has embarked Rs331 million for PTV Parliamentarian Channel, Rs113 million for rebroadcast station Shangla, Rs52 million for up-gradation of radio station Multan, Rs107 million for rebroadcast station Musa Khel Balochistan, Rs11 million for rebroadcast station Khel Mehterzai Balochistan and Rs40 million have been allocated for the establishment of Satul Quran FM Network Phase-11.
These rebroadcast delay enables the information, that these nodes have transmitted the packets to more neighbors which forms the key to success.
In this scenario, since A is the last vehicle in the transmission range of the source S, it has a shorter back-off time T to rebroadcast the message.
In probabilistic-based broadcasting, a different rebroadcast probability is assigned to each receiving vehicle [16-18].
The goal is to minimize the number of rebroadcast nodes that can cover all of their neighbors in each group.
Both performances will be rebroadcast in encore screenings.
In addition, it will be rebroadcast on KEZI Sunday at 7 p.m., Monday at noon and Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Here any neighbor vehicle within the broadcast range would automatically get infected and would rebroadcast the malicious message.
1996 One of Bafta-winning TV writer Jimmy McGovern's personal favourites of his projects, this dramatic recreation of the events surrounding the 1989 disaster has yet to be rebroadcast by ITV.
President Hugo Chavez, who arrived in Tehran, said in remarks rebroadcast on Venezuelan television that Iran will "not back down" in its quest for peaceful nuclear energy.
(EDT) and will be rebroadcast that day during 12:00 noon-2:30 p.m.
Additionally, news stations drew government disapproval over images of the famous Taj Hotel engulfed in flames as well as footage of the dead, which were replayed over and over and eventually rebroadcast internationally.