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ABonAir's video streaming technology with its continuous bit-rate adaptation, re-transmit, and other uniquely developed algorithms makes the AB350HD[TM] a great solution.
The MCP reflects a growing demand from our customers for end-to-end solutions that help receive, process, store and re-transmit information, in real-time," said Andy Start, president, International Business, Harris RF Communications.
We found with our previous hydrology study that acequias and seepage to shallow groundwater and subsurface return flow to the Rio Grande can re-transmit runoff from spring and summer snow melt to late summer and fall (and winter) river flow," Fernald said via e-mail.
These tags receive and then re-transmit radio waves, which can be picked up by an RFID reader, as explained by Xterprise Inc.
Systems are in place to check the accuracy of information packets in a digital wireless network and re-transmit them if they fail a special verification check but, even so, errors occur.
Spoofing" is the ability to record the GPS signal and, at a later time, re-transmit those same signals at a higher power, introducing position errors.
If three duplicate ACKs are received before the timeout (because each ensuing packet causes an identical ACK containing the sequence number of the last packet arriving in order), the TCP stack executes a fast re-transmit of the last sequence of packets, assuming that the congestion was only momentary, since only one packet was lost and the following ones got through.
Elsewhere in Yugoslavia, Nato pilots hit at least three television relay stations which re-transmit state TV signals to other parts of the country.