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trans·mis·sion

 (trăns-mĭsh′ən, trănz-)
n.
1.
a. The act or process of transmitting.
b. The fact of being transmitted.
2. Something, such as a message, that is transmitted.
3. An assembly, as in a motor vehicle, that transmits power from an engine to a driving axle, usually having a manually or automatically adjustable mechanism to control the balance of power and speed. Also called gearbox.
4. The sending of a signal, picture, or other information from a transmitter.

[Latin trānsmissiō, trānsmissiōn-, a sending across, from trānsmissus, past participle of trānsmittere, to transmit; see transmit.]

trans·mis′sive (-mĭs′ĭv) adj.
References in classic literature ?
It was a typical summer evening in June, the atmosphere being in such delicate equilibrium and so transmissive that inanimate objects seemed endowed with two or three senses, if not five.
The idea is that the technology, which combines LEDs with light transmissive carpeting, would replace signs in places like offices, hotels, or airports.
Nokia 301 sports a 2.4-inch QVGA LCD Transmissive screen with 320x240p resolution and it is powered by a 1200 mAh battery which can give back up to 20 hours of 2G talk time and six hours on 3G.
The X-MET7000 eXpress and X-MET7500 analysers have a high contrast 4.3" Blanview transmissive LCD touch screen for optimal outdoor viewing, even in direct sunlight.
Key to this capability is a transmissive polymer lens material that can also be cut to virtually any shape or size.
Anti-reflective glass that is more transmissive overall to daylight is reserved for certain special applications, such as in glass covers for photovoltaic modules or in glazing for shop windows.
Beginning with an overview of theories, films, and coatings, the work covers topics such as anti-reflection coatings, multi-layer films, dielectric bandpass filters, metal films and filters, optical monitoring, and non polarizing transmissive filters.
To optimize performance in this wavelength range, it incorporates diode lasers, InGaAs array detectors and refractive axial transmissive spectrographs.
Display options incorporating the capacitive touch technology include 3-inch, 3.5-inch transmissive and 3.5 inch transflective types.
The AO-8 utilizes a tip-tilt transmissive element to correct for tracking errors and some atmospheric distortions.
Developers, manufacturers, graduate students, and engineers in display technology will find eleven chapters addressing the following topics: electronic addressing, CMOS backplane technology, transmission microdisplay structure, transmissive and reflective liquid crystal microdisplays, LCD assembly and testing, micromechanical devices, emissive microdisplays, projection displays, and near-to-eye systems.
It uses Samsung's Amorphous Silicon Gate (ASG) technology to accommodate an increased number of TFT gates and requires a single backlight, with one side of the panel working in a transmissive mode and the other in a reflective mode.