retransmission

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retransmission

(ˌriːtrænzˈmɪʃən)
n
the act or process of retransmitting
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If the sender does not receive an acknowledgment before the timeout, it usually re-transmits the frame/packet until the sender receives an acknowledgment or exceeds a predetermined number of retransmissions.
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the Supreme Court just held that Aereo's television service, which re-transmits over-the-air TV signals to subscribers via the Internet, does indeed transmit performances to the public within the meaning of the Copyright Act.
In the AAF method, the relay receives a noisy version of the signal transmitted by the source and then amplifies its received signal and re-transmits it to the destination [3].
It re-transmits four SDI outputs for real-time multi-viewing across separate devices within the company network.
The spYdaq-HPR Repeater receives signals from spYdaq transmitters and re-transmits them on another frequency and at a higher power level, which enables significant distances between transmitter and base-station to be achieved.
1]), the source re-transmits symbols from [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in which the channel state is 1.
He frequently cites a magazine article I published on Galula and my biographical study of Galula for the Army War College, but he loosely interprets and re-transmits the details.
On one side, a ReCaster server receives IPTV streams available as unicast or multicast in the local area network (LAN) and then re-transmits these streams using RSP to a second ReCaster server, possibly located on a continent far away.
It is more pleasant that your country re-transmits channels from our media corporation," Dobrodeev said.
One method of enabling installation in an area that might present some difficulties due to distance or obstruction is through the use of a device called a "repeater," which receives a wireless message and re-transmits it after a time delay.
If the acknowledgement is too slow in arriving, TCP concludes that there is congestion on the network, re-transmits the packet(s), and throttles back the rate at which it sends further packets.