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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.
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transmit

To send data over a communications line. See transfer.
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Because of this withdrawal, House Speaker Arroyo has yet to sign the enrolled copy of the measure, so the Senate could not officially transmit it.
Further, b = [[[b.sub.1] [b.sub.2][b.sub.s]].sup.T] is the Sx1 transmit symbol vector where [b.sub.k] is the transmit symbol for the kth UE among the S selected UEs.
Players from Tynemouth Cricket Club's under-11s team celebrate their new sponsorship deal with Transmit Start-Ups with Transmit director Damian Baetens
To increase transmit diversity without size expansion, previously, PDMA technique is introduced.
The Transmit Security Platform (SP) eliminates software coding and allows FIBI to reduce the time it takes to add new biometric and mobile identity verification techniques to its customer facing applications by 90%.
In this paper, we consider downlink massive MIMO systems with one BS (N transmit antennas) and K users (one receive antenna per user), as shown in Figure 1.
The waveform diversity is achieved by the phased- MIMO radar which significantly improves the direct applicability of adaptive arrays for target detection and much enhanced flexibility for transmit beam-pattern design.
In Section 3, we propose a cognitive transmit antenna pattern design method which is adapted to the element position errors.
Anopheles mosquitoes, which bite mainly between dusk and dawn, transmit human malaria by spreading Plasmodium parasites that multiply in the human liver and infect red blood cells.
The dose in the study, 50 milliliters of contaminated saliva, is large enough to be "unlikely" in the real world, she says, but further research may define how small a dose of saliva can transmit the disease.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, VIRGINIA higher education institutions have been required to electronically transmit to Virginia state police the following on each accepted applicant: name; Social Security "or other identifying number"; date of birth; and gender.
US Homeland Security officials proposed on Wednesday making airlines transmit passenger names and other information to the government before an international departure, a change designed to keep suspected terrorists off US-bound flights.