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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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Thus, institutions should create and store personal data only where they must and transmit it on a strict need-to-know basis--first obtaining contractual safeguards from the receiving party about their handling of the information and putting in place internal processes to help protect it.
Because mosquitoes transmit a wide range of arbovirus doses, we injected mice with 2 doses that represented the range of VEEV transmitted in vivo.
Oki expects that the compact and light encoder will be used to transmit IP video via satellite, paving the way for the development of a portable live streaming system.
51, some reflective films block significant heat but many transmit as little as 15% of the visible light.
Here saturation condition means that each node always has a packet to transmit.
Using this termination scheme, a series resistor is laced at the driver's transmit output.
Print transmit report and list date on tracking log.
Auditors' lack of familiarity with the several complex technologies used to transmit data.
Dunn said, "This is the first in a series of Samsung phones utilizing TriQuint's EDGE transmit module.
With IP Multicast, a host can transmit data to a large number of receivers that specifically request to receive that data.
An alternative is for the CPA to directly transmit the information to the Service.