retransmission

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retransmission

(ˌriːtrænzˈmɪʃən)
n
the act or process of retransmitting
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These repetitive rounds create overheads in terms of a higher number of collision, increases delay with high re-transmission of the lost packets and higher energy consumption of BMSs.
Re-transmit the data after timeout is very inefficient because the re-transmission time out (RTO) is longer than RTT and sender sites idle and wait for the timeout without sending any data.
Accounting for message re-transmission, worst-case add 75KB
The companies argued that Aereo owes them re-transmission fees and broadcasting their shows to computers and mobile devices constitutes aA "live performance," which is subject to licensing fees.
This is mandated by Section 4A of Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995, and any Transmission / Re-transmission of unencrypted signals would be violation of the act.
Transmission / Re-transmission of unencrypted signals would amount to violation of Terms and Conditions of MSOs.
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.
Reliable data transmission in TCP is achieved by re-transmission of lost data, which introduces latency," Adobe states in an FAQ on RTMFP.
We have demonstrated the outstanding performance advantages of this technique for several years, and now, by working with our partners, we believe re-transmission will become an essential part of IPTV deployments worldwide,EoACA[yen] said Greg Fischer, vice president and general manager of carrier access for Broadcom Corporation.
This eliminates the need for time-consuming file re-transmission requests.
The CC-BY is the least restrictive license under Creative Commons and allows for copying, sharing, and re-transmission of a work.