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Even a conservative usage calculation that considers communication problems and re-transmissions, even to the point of doubling the original figure, won't add a major amount.
Both techniques eliminate the need for re-transmission, which can lead to poor application performance and failed replication processes.
A 4-20mA output is also provided as standard to enable re-transmission of the data to a chart recorder or building management system.
The US Marine Corps Marts (Marine Airborne Re-Transmission System) is a communication relay vehicle 32 metres long with a 230-kg transponder payload.
Available with RS-485 communications, supervisory software, loop-break alarm, heater-break alarm, analog re-transmission, and eight-segment programmer for ramp/soak.
Sterling Commerce is adding a contingency business process to its Sterling Integrator AS2 Edition Drummond Group certified software to enable trading partners to set up an automatic re-transmission of their transactions via a non-Interact route in the event of AS2 message failure.
Since Fibre Channel was designed to do loss-free applications, re-transmission has a severe impact on the performance of end-user applications.
4 GHz ISM-band data transmitter has an indoor range of about 30 meters and is only strong enough to cause substantial packet re-transmission when within about two meters of another telemetry monitor's intended receiver.
At its most fundamental level, satellite network involves the transmission of information from an originating ground station (uplink) and the re-transmission of that signal back to the ground (downlink).
Thousands of tele addicts will lose programmes from Britain this weekend in a row over re-transmission licences.
The federal Cable Act, enacted by Congress in 1992, allowed broadcasters to negotiate payment for re-transmission of their signals, and that led to a showdown in Little Rock.