transmitting mode

transmitting mode

[tranz′mid·iŋ ‚mōd]
(computer science)
Condition of an input/output device, such as a magnetic tape when it is actually reading or writing.
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Caption: Figure 4: Received OAM mode powers along three paths in the lecture room for the transmitting mode of L =1.
Caption: Figure 6: Received power levels of OAM modes for the transmitting mode of L = 1 in the corridor.
The presented hybrid system using an eMAT consists of three operating modes: a power transmitting mode, an engine starting mode, and an electric motor driving mode including regenerative braking.
In the power transmitting mode, the engine torque is transmitted to the output shaft while adding motor torque from the electric power generated in the EMC to the output shaft when the input speed [N.sub.in] is higher than the output speed [N.sub.ouf] Conversely, when the output speed is higher than the input speed, part of the transferred engine torque from the output shaft is used to generate electric power to simultaneously operate the EMC to transmit the engine torque.
* [T.sub.RX_ON]--the time needed by the module to change from the transmitting mode to receiving mode after the packet has been sent.
The cause of interference to the other users is due to the high sidelobes levels in transmitting mode. Moreover in receiving mode, the receiver picks up interfering signals and increases the noise floor level in the receiver.
The Commission reiterated this by stating that "for now, all restrictions on the use of portable devices in transmitting mode on planes will remain in force".
EU Transport Commissioner, Vice President Siim Kallas has asked EASA to accelerate its safety review of the use of electronic devices on board in transmitting mode, with new guidance expected to be published early in 2014, the press release said.
which means that the exclusive transmitting mode allowed is [k.sub.z] = 0 and the wave can only propagate along the optical axis direction.
Sensors are shipped to the customer in transmitting mode. The base station begins receiving and sending data as soon as it is connected to power and the network.
The performance of the proposed AFSS is analyzed both in receiving and in transmitting mode. The receiving mode refers to a plane wave irradiating on the absorbing side.
In the transmitting mode, light detected by the PD can be used to control the LD in an automatic power control technique.