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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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Speed up your labs productivity and purchase an Eppendorf Multipette 4 Repeater at Pipette.
Thus, he speculates, at any given time in our galaxy, only a few neutron stars happen to be at the stage in which they become repeaters.
Repeater valves cost about the same as a four-piece ring valve.
Powerwave's new in-train repeaters complement the company's existing wireless coverage solutions tailored for the transportation sector, and leverage its extensive experience in subway and tunnel deployments around the globe - including Barcelona Metro, Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Sao Paulo Metro and Cercanias Madrid.
The latency of a retimer is significantly higher than a repeater because the data passes through the FIFO.
Currently, the new Dongguan plant can support production capacity of 20 repeater modules per month but is engineered to meet future market demand by up to four times this throughput, culminating in 80 units per month.
Our new tactical repeater system significantly complements our growing portfolio of military communications accessories and we are pleased to provide such a high-quality and tactically important communications component to our allies.
NASDAQ:PWAV), a global source for end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, today introduced its Railway Coverage System, expanding its line-up of repeater solutions, and dramatically extending the signal range and quality of today's leading wireless networks.
Because the 882-series can emulate HDMI HDCP sources, sinks or repeaters, it can perform complete HDCP compliance tests on any source, sink or repeater in any configuration in the HDCP compliance test specification.
PS101 HDMI/DVI Repeater Enables New Digital Video Applications
NASDAQ:PWAV), a global source for end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, today added two maritime GPS repeaters to its growing line-up of next-generation repeater solutions.
DenseNode eliminates the quality of service problems that have plagued publicly maligned municipal Wi-Fi efforts with an advanced repeater system in which each radio operates at a different frequency.