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Transmission / Re-transmission of unencrypted signals would amount to violation of Terms and Conditions of MSOs.
pseudolites, EGNOS re-transmission and cellular network techniques -Set up urban pilot trials of key road transport applications -Assess potential impacts and benefits of Galileo advantages for pilot users.
In the field of radio broadcast field, the joint committee recommended strengthening the medium wave set for Wadi Al-Neil (Nile Valley) Radio in order to enable listening to this radio inside Egypt, besides returning the wave of Wadi Al-Neil Radio to Nile-Sat satellite toward expanding the listening scope and enabling the Sudanese party to make live re-transmission to the Radio programs on the Internet.
live performance, the use of a phonogram or audiovisual recording, radio and television re-transmission.
The only reason why re-transmission of television and radio programs of Azattyk Radio was stopped, is that they do not want to bear responsibility for their programs," said National Broadcasting Company NTRK Director General Melis Eshimkanov in his interview for AKIpress news agency on December 17.
29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Broadband World Forum 2008 -- Broadcom Corporation , a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced that its innovative PhyR(TM) (pronounced "Fire") impulse noise protection technology has gained wide support from carriers and equipment vendors as the technically preferred re-transmission technology.
A 4-20mA output is also provided as standard to enable re-transmission of the data to a chart recorder or building management system.
Available with RS-485 communications, supervisory software, loop-break alarm, heater-break alarm, analog re-transmission, and eight-segment programmer for ramp/soak.