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Basic Network

In marketing, a number of individual television stations belonging to a network (such as ABC, CBS, or NBC) on which an advertiser can purchase time for a commercial. Once an advertiser purchases time on the basic network, it is allowed to use the network's facilities. Each network determines its own basic network.
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The solutions not only meet 112 Gbps requirements, but they support future data rate speeds without reconfiguring basic networks.
To address this, we recently described a framework to decipher biomedical networks by making systematic comparisons to reference sets of well-studied "basic networks" [8].
Although such poor conditions were not limited to Arsal, given that Lebanese politicians neglected to address the entire country's basic networks, recent clashes between the LAF and extremists left their marks.
But by 2013, FX climbed up to sixth among 104 basic networks rated in that demo, according to Nielsen, lifted by programming that leaned heavily on theatrical films but branded by its increasingly distinct original series.
He said that the use of these basic networks for religious practice indicates how basic networks evolved to mediate much more complex beliefs like those contained in religious practice.
Kin provided each other with the basic networks connecting them to resources and services.
It defines the criteria of eligibility of "projects of common interest", covering three levels: applications which offer users innovative solutions in the area of telecommunications; generic services, which (via the Internet) provide common instruments to improve the interoperability, quality and security of the applications; and, finally, basic networks, namely, the infrastructure elements which ensure interconnection at European level between fixed and mobile networks.
The 1990s saw further deregulation as the market for business communications and basic networks were opened and the timetable was set for deregulating public phone services.
This is especially true in an age when many young mothers lack basic networks of support, primarily husbands, who somehow were more present when the churches were strong.
Basic networks, such as MTV, CNN and ESPN, make money from local and national advertisers.
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