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In a statement, the company noted that "the loss of signal for two hours in Akkar Sunday morning was due to a power outage in one of the stations in the area.
], limit loss of signal propagation in space is calculated as follows:
With exclusive broadcast rights to show the World Cup games in the Arab world, Aljazeera infuriated legions of fans across the region when a loss of signal blanked out television screens for half of the opening match between Mexico and South Africa.
Both the source and detector have heated optics to prevent loss of signal due to ice, condensation or snow and the SafEye Xenon 700 will work in up to 90% obscuration.
The remotely managed 1-U hub can automatically bypass ports when it detects a loss of signal or the loss of valid synchronization patterns, allowing the other nodes in the network to remain operational.
Do not touch tape surfaces, as residue from a fingerprint can create greater head-to-tape separation and result in loss of signal (data)
My heart can't stand this 17 hours' loss of signal.
Inputs are monitored for loss of signal for incorporation into safety circuits.