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1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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11ac wireless network extenders to ensure people have faster, more reliable and better performing Wi-Fi in order to enjoy all their devices, HD content and apps.
The Actiontec network extenders feature the latest advances in Wi-Fi technology.
Verizon Wireless' Network Extender is available for $199.
Customers do not need to update their plans or add minutes and will incur no additional monthly charges for calls using Network Extender.
Network Extender does not support EV-DO speeds and services that require it.
The ideal traveling companion, the Verizon Wireless Network Extender features include:
Customers can purchase the Verizon Wireless Network Extender online at http://www.
Network Extender is ideal for customers who want to enhance the wireless signal when making voice calls, sending text/picture/video messages, accessing Mobile Web or accessing smartphone/BlackBerry(R) data in situations that could include houses with structural barriers; basement rooms; or some remote, mountainous or hilly areas.
The Space-Saving Powerline Network Extender comes ready for simple plug-and-play installation, with a space-saving 2-in-1 design that reduces clutter by requiring only one plug to supply both power and a network extension.
NETGEAR's innovative HomePlug-enabled Powerline Network Extender is an ideal complement to their extensive product offering, providing instant and robust multimedia networking with no new wires," said Bill Casby, vice president of Sales at Intellon Corporation.
With theoretical wireless speeds up to 2 Gbps, the WxB6x00Q network extenders offer a cost-effective way to add next generation AC speeds to the home network while extending the Wi-Fi signal to hard-to-reach corners of the home, such as basements, garages and second floors.
It will also be available across Digi's Drop-in Networking solutions, including XBee adapters, network extenders and gateways in the fourth quarter of 2008.

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