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receiver and text
For these purposes, " text " is any message preserved in a form whose existence is independent of both sender and receiver ;
UniWave has created a receiver called the Di-Wave 100, capable of receiving MOT Slideshow, pictures, and text ( Journaline ) streams.
Neither the sender nor the receiver of a text has a perfect grasp of all language.
Some systems send radio paging messages which can either 1 ) beep a paging receiver, 2 ) send a numeric message, or 3 ) send a text message.
A command with bits 13 or 14 on directs the receiver to display two basic characters at the current cursor position for the current mode ( closed caption or text ).
In September 2010, after Gator receiver Chris Rainey was arrested for sending a threatening text message to a former girlfriend, Meyer stated that he was " real upset about that.
However, a text receiver is likely to assume that the locations of all three events are close to one another as well as occur in a continuous and relatively short time frame.
Even though cohesion is not maintained in this example, the text producer still succeeds in achieving the goal of finding out if the text receiver wanted a piggyback.
Acceptability concerns the text receiver ’ s attitude that the text should constitute useful or relevant details or information such that it is worth accepting.
If a text receiver does not have prior knowledge of a relevant text, communication may break down because the understanding of the current text is obscured.

receiver and by
High sensitivity in radio telescopes is achieved by reducing the bandwidth of the receiver ; ;
if a receiver or trustee for any such partnership or corporation has been duly appointed by a court of competent jurisdiction in the United States and has not been discharged prior to the date of payment, payment shall be made to such receiver or trustee in accordance with the order of the court ; ;
if a receiver or trustee for any such partnership or corporation, duly appointed by a court of competent jurisdiction in the United States, makes an assignment of the claim, or any part thereof, with respect to which an award is made, or makes an assignment of such award, or any part thereof, payment shall be made to the assignee, as his interest may appear ; ;
These frequencies are amplified and detected by the FM receiver after each burst of transmitted energy and, after the `` pill '' has been calibrated, precise internal pressure indications can be obtained.
Improved bandwidth efficiency is achieved at the expense of increased transmitter and receiver complexity by completely suppressing both the carrier and one of the sidebands.
Laws were passed in the US which prohibited the FCC type acceptance and sale of any receiver which could tune the frequency ranges occupied by analog AMPS cellular services.
Communication is usually described along a few major dimensions: Message ( what type of things are communicated ), source / emisor / sender / encoder ( by whom ), form ( in which form ), channel ( through which medium ), destination / receiver / target / decoder ( to whom ), and Receiver.
Decoding is the reverse process, converting these code symbols back into information understandable by a receiver.
) to trivial ( romance, games ) can be any kind of imaginative encoding: flowers, game cards, clothes, fans, hats, melodies, birds, etc., in which the sole requisite is the previous agreement of the meaning by both the sender and the receiver.
In an asymmetric key algorithm ( e. g., RSA ), there are two separate keys: a public key is published and enables any sender to perform encryption, while a private key is kept secret by the receiver and enables only him to perform correct decryption.
The score was deadlocked 17-17 in the final period, but a 73-yard touchdown pass by Rams quarterback Norm van Brocklin to wide receiver Tom Fears broke the tie and gave Los Angeles the lead for good.
Mike Brown, the team's de facto general manager, was rated as among the worst team owners in American professional sports Compounding matters were off-field problems of several players, notably receiver Chris Henry, who was suspended several times during his short professional career and was actually released by the Bengals at one point, but was then re-signed for the season.
( t ) he use of two channels, one transmitting the predominating color ( signal T ), and the other the mean brilliance ( signal t ) output from a single television transmitter to be received not only by color television receivers provided with the necessary more expensive equipment, but also by the ordinary type of television receiver which is more numerous and less expensive and which reproduces the pictures in black and white only.
In these investigations, a sender, who was isolated in a visually opaque, electrically and acoustically shielded chamber, was stimulated at random by bursts of strobe-light flickers The experimenters reported that, for one receiver, differential alpha block on control and stimulus trials were observed, which showed that some information transfer had occurred.
Star receiver Michael Irvin was suspended by the league for the first five games of 1996 following a drug-related arrest ; he came back after the Cowboys started the season 2-3 ; they finished 10-6 and won the NFC East title, but were eliminated in the divisional round of the playoffs 26-17 by the second-year Carolina Panthers.
In week five, with starting wide receiver Roy Williams sidelined by injury, receiver Miles Austin got his first start of the season and had a record setting day ( 250 yards receiving and 2 TDs ) to help lead Dallas to an overtime win over Kansas City.
Typically, near-fields have a powerful effect on their own sources, causing an increased “ load ” ( decreased electrical reactance ) in the source or transmitter, whenever energy is withdrawn from the EM field by a receiver.
Otherwise, these fields do not “ propagate ,” freely out into space, carrying their energy away without distance-limit, but rather oscillate back and forth, returning their energy to the transmitter if it is not received by a receiver.
This is in contrast to dipole parts of the EM field close to the source ( the near-field ), which varies in power according to an inverse cube power law, and thus does not transport a conserved amount of energy over distances, but instead dies away rapidly with distance, with its energy ( as noted ) either rapidly returning to the transmitter, or else absorbed by a nearby receiver ( such as a transformer secondary coil ).
Components are generally intended to be connected together, usually by being soldered to a printed circuit board ( PCB ), to create an electronic circuit with a particular function ( for example an amplifier, radio receiver, or oscillator ).
If the pass is received by a non-eligible receiver, the penalty for the foul " illegal touching " is assessed ( the play is treated as an incomplete pass, unless the ball is downed behind the line of scrimmage — in either case a down is lost ).

receiver and performing
In I²C, a slave receiver is allowed to not acknowledge the slave address, if for example it's unable to receive because it ’ s performing some real time task.
; Double Kirikaeshi: This variation has both attacker and receiver performing the naname uchi.

receiver and inverse
In all digital communication systems, both the modulator at the transmitter and the demodulator at the receiver are structured so that they perform inverse operations.
* Apply an equalizer at the receiver, that, broadly speaking, attempts to undo the effect of the channel by applying an inverse filter.
* Receiver: For Shannon the receiver " performs the inverse operation of that done by the transmitter, reconstructing the message from the signal.
The incorporation of the decoder inside the encoder allows quantization of the differences, including nonlinear quantization, in the encoder, as long as an approximate inverse quantizer is used appropriately in the receiver.
If both transmitters transmit simultaneously and at equal powers, then due to the inverse square law the receiver will receive more power from the nearer transmitter.
When the signal reaches the receiver, the inverse operations are applied to the signal to get it back to its original state.

receiver and .
Into the texture of this tapestry of history and human drama Henrietta, as every artist delights to do, wove strands of her own intuitive insights into human nature and -- especially in the remarkable story of the attraction and conflict between two so disparate and fervent characters as this pair -- into the relations of men and women: `` In their relations, she was the giver and he the receiver, nay the demander.
She slapped the receiver into its holder and stepped away.
He scooped up the receiver and said, `` Police chief '', into the mouthpiece, and then, `` Oh yes, Mr. Benson.
Casey heard the click of the distant receiver before he could open his mouth, and it took him no more than three seconds to make his decision.
He had put down the receiver.
When she picked up the receiver, her mother's cheerful voice was there.
Her hand tightened on the receiver.
The receiver clicked in my ear.
The goal of clear concise communication is that the receiver ( s ) have no misunderstanding about what was meant to be conveyed.
The Falcons made a surprise trade up with the Cleveland Browns in the 2011 NFL Draft to select Alabama wide receiver Julio Jones sixth overall.
A similar disk reconstructed the image at the receiver.
Synchronization of the receiver disc rotation was handled through sync pulses broadcast with the image information.
The analog television signal contains timing and synchronization information so that the receiver can reconstruct a two-dimensional moving image from a one-dimensional time-varying signal.
Should a large letter have to be rewritten, owing to the inexact copy of the abbreviator, the abbreviator and not the receiver of the Bull must pay the extra charge for the extra labour to the apostolic writer.
The first was a radio receiver, such as the Icom PCR-1000, that could tune into the Reverse Channel, which is the frequency that the phones transmit data to the tower on.
A follow-on Block II upgrade added a new rear receiver allowing the missile to receive mid-course correction from the launching aircraft.
The receiver also senses the guidance radar to enable comparisons that enhance the missile's resistance to passive jamming.
By connecting a small dish & receiver, a constant downstream of thousands of FidoNet and Usenet newsgroups could be received.
The server and receiver must remain within their service courts, without touching the boundary lines, until the server strikes the shuttlecock.
The other two players may stand wherever they wish, so long as they do not block the vision of the server or receiver.
If the receiver is not ready when the service is delivered, a let shall be called ; yet, if the receiver attempts to return the shuttlecock, he shall be judged to have been ready.

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