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Bridge

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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The pre-packaged building repeaters can be self-installed, or installed by a local electrician or satellite installer.
Although standard bursts may originate from far outside our galaxy and differ in several other ways from repeaters, some researchers theorize that neutron stars might explain both phenomena.
Already, Powerwave's in-train repeaters are on the "fast track" to deployment; the first commuters to take advantage of uninterrupted wireless connectivity delivered via Powerwave's new in-train repeaters are those travelling on Gardermobanen in Norway, a 60-kilometer high speed rail line between Oslo Central Station and Oslo Airport-Gardermoen.
Five functions are discussed: Serializers, Deserializers, Port Bypass Circuits, Repeaters, and Retimers.
Powerwave's repeater solutions have been proven to increase the coverage and capacity of wireless networks in rugged and complex environments worldwide," said David Porte, Vice President, Repeater/DAS Product Unit, Powerwave Technologies.
The PS101 is a single-port digital video interface (DVI) or high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) repeater with programmable equalization on the receiver side and pre-emphasis on the transmitter side.
The maritime GPS repeater comes equipped with an integrated GPS receiver that sends data to an internal GPS controller, where the position of the ship is compared with stored pre-defined areas.
The feature-sets of the XTend and the XStream have become more advanced with the introduction of the broadcast repeater function," said Hugh Nielsen, MaxStream's chief technology officer.
Located in Sunrise, Florida, the company provides premium quality antennas, cellular amplifiers and repeaters to marine and land based markets worldwide.
With the new Cirronet store-and-forward capability, any node with a clear path to both the base station and another node can assume the role of repeater, at far lower cost.
Its three operational modes, Bridge Repeater, AP Repeater and Dual AP, make it a flexible and functional LAN extender.
The new transceiver provides the interface between two physical CAN lines, allowing the device to act as a low-cost and low component count CAN repeater.