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  Repeater - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Repeaters are often used in trans-continental and trans-oceanic cables, because the attenuation (signal loss) over such distances would be completely unacceptable without them.
Repeaters are used in both copper-wire cables carrying electrical signals, and in fibre optics carrying light - see Optical communications repeater.
Repeaters are also used extensively in broadcasting, where they are known as translators or boosters.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Repeater   (344 words)

  
 Repeater (Linktionary term)
Repeaters on analog transmission lines amplify the incoming signal as is. If the signal is distorted in some way, the distortion is boosted with the rest of the signal.
A digital repeater will convert the incoming analog to digital and then forward it as a clean digital signal, although this technique is prone to error if the incoming signal is distorted.
Repeaters are used to extend a network segment to reach distant nodes.
www.linktionary.com /r/repeater.html   (300 words)

  
 JoeBattlelines: Review of 1988 Repeater
Repeater’s face carries with it a similar “aged” quality as did the sculpt that was used for Mainframe.
Repeater comes equipped with a counter-balanced heavy machine gun that is suspiciously similar to those carried by Drake and Vasquez in the film.
Seriously, the steadi-cam harness gives Repeater the ability to move a heavy piece of firepower quickly and effectively and yet doesn’t require him to be a walking tank of a man like Roadblock.
www.joebattlelines.com /reviews/toys/arah/1988/repeater.htm   (1073 words)

  
 What is repeater? - a definition from Whatis.com
Repeaters remove the unwanted noise in an incoming signal.
A repeater, when strategically located on top of a high building or a mountain, can greatly enhance the performance of a wireless network by allowing communications over distances much greater than would be possible without it.
6) Repeaters are commonly used by commercial and amateur radio operators to extend signals in the radio frequency range from one receiver to another.
searchnetworking.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci212890,00.html   (572 words)

  
 YOJOE.COM | Repeater
Repeater came with a fl machine gun, a fl stabilizing arm, and a green backpack.
Repeater's entire mold was re-used and re-colored to create Night Force Repeater (v2).
Repeater was also released, in Brazil, as part of the "Forca Electronica" and named Retaguarda.
www.yojoe.com /action/88/repeater.shtml   (128 words)

  
 Hubs
Ethernet hubs and repeaters operate at the Physical Layer of the OSI Reference model and are defined by IEEE 802.3c/d.
If a repeater sees a collision on a cable segment, the repeater detects this (in the normal way), and then generates a JAM signal to all connected output ports.
Hubs are a form of repeater for an Ethernet LAN which has multiple ports (they are sometimes also known as "multi-port repeaters" or "active star networks").
www.erg.abdn.ac.uk /users/gorry/course/lan-pages/hub.html   (966 words)

  
 repeater
Inspection of the Kewood 2 meter repeater power amplifier area, indicated that the lightning got into this area and severed the foils between the sections of the low pass filter.
Later the foils were "bridged"; with wire and after total inspection of the whole repeater power was applied and the repeater came "alive" and appears to function normally.
The new Kenwood 2 meter repeater and new controller are ready, but before we can install all the equipment we need to first install lightning protection panels in the building.
www.homestead.com /leedeforest/repeater.html   (1264 words)

  
 Repeater Guidelines
The 146.700 repeater is coordinated for 200 watts ERP and in the past, to fill in the low spots, we have used a 200 Watt Henry RF amplifier.
The repeater has many other access codes and functions such as a signal strength read out, repeat dialing for the autopatch and an extend time for emergency autopatch calls.
The B.A.R.S. repeater is equipped with an autopatch.
www.ky4ky.com /repeater.htm   (2481 words)

  
 Using the Repeater
This is useful when repeaters are structured in a JSP as nested tags and the inner repeater needs to access or render data from the outer repeater.
Choice-based rendering allows the repeater to render different user interface for each item based on the notion that the UI to render for that item may be different depending on the data contained within a particular item.
Because the repeater does not render any of its own mark-up, it is up to the author of the JSP page to write the code that renders alternating row styles in the repeater.
dev2dev.bea.com /pub/a/2004/01/repeater.html?page=last   (2104 words)

  
 444.275 Repeater (KB0THQ/R)
The KB0THQ repeater is located about 25 miles east of Kansas City, MO. It operates on an output frequency of 444.275 Mhz and outputs a PL tone of 123.0.
It is operated as an open repeater by the Patrick Henry Radio Relay League.
A repeater is a radio transmitter/reciever that recieves on one frequency and re-transmits what it recieves on another frequency.
home.earthlink.net /~kb0thq/id13.html   (213 words)

  
 RARS.org: RARS Repeater Operating Guide
Repeater antennas are located on tall towers, buildings, or mountains, giving them much greater range than radios with antennas near the ground.
Sometimes a repeater control operator will decide that the best way to handle the situation is to turn off the repeater or one of its functions for a while, but the rest of us should bite our tongues and be silent.
Repeaters, especially with autopatch, are excellent tools for emergency communication, and the most frequent type of emergency called in is the traffic accident.
www.rtpnet.org /~rars/repeater/rptrgide.htm   (4295 words)

  
 Fugazi: Repeater ---Ink Blot Magazine
The feature-length video offers a documentary overview of the band's career thus far with footage shot in a variety of formats over the last 10 years combining concert, tour and studio material backed with a musical soundtrack by the band unique to the movie.
Fugazi's most recent musical releases are Repeater 10-song LP and the Furniture 3-song single, both recorded and released in the fall of 2001.
Repeater serves as a benchmark between the rabid, embryonic Fugazi of the band's first two EPs and the more experimental, nuanced approach of their subsequent records.
www.inkblotmagazine.com /rev-archive/Fugazi_Repeater.htm   (519 words)

  
 InfoBus Repeater. A Java-based Publish/Subscribe Middleware
An event triggered by the producer in InfoBus 1 is caught by the repeater, which relays it to the hub.
It is because a repeater is not concerned with the internals of an event as long as the data item is distributable.
A remote repeater reproduces the event, which a remote adapter catches and updates the remote shared data to synchronize the data.
www.research.ibm.com /trl/projects/ibr/paper.htm   (3286 words)

  
 Marshall County Alabama Repeater System (MCARS)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The VHF repeaters are normally linked 24 hours a day on a simplex 220 link frequency using the 1.2 meter remote base on each  VHF repeater.
Repeater is down for a major problem or in progress of being put up.
Also if necessary the VHF repeater in that area can be removed from the linked systems without affecting the the other repeaters in the county.
webpages.charter.net /bclingan/repeaters   (501 words)

  
 Repeater widget
An fd:repeater widget is a widget that repeats a number of other widgets.
In that case the size of the repeater must be communicated on each round-trip.
Cocoon 2.1.8 introduced a slightly extended manner to format repeaters, which is required when using the new Ajax features.
cocoon.apache.org /2.1/userdocs/widgets/widget_repeater.html   (482 words)

  
 Extending WLAN Range with Repeaters
In general, a repeater (define) simply regenerates a network signal in order to extend the range of the existing network infrastructure.
A repeater must receive and retransmit each frame on the same RF channel, which effectively doubles the number of frames that are sent.
All in all, wireless repeaters are an excellent way to increase the radio range of an existing WLAN, especially if it's not practical to install an additional access point to fully cover the location.
www.wi-fiplanet.com /tutorials/article.php/1571601   (941 words)

  
 What is repeater? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
Repeaters are used in transmission systems to regenerate analog or digital signals distorted by transmission loss.
In a data network, a repeater can relay messages between subnetworks that use different protocols or cable types.
A repeater cannot do the intelligent routing performed by bridges and routers.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/r/repeater.html   (281 words)

  
 REPEATER
Regular W4IZ repeater users are encouraged to have current NOFARS membership which is very affordable at only $5 per year.
Upon initial repeater transmission, approximately 100 to 200 milliseconds (one-quarter second) is required.
The coverage of the repeater you use should be inversely proportional to your distance from the other station.
www.nofars.org /repeater.html   (4357 words)

  
 Repeater Control in Asp .net C#
A Repeater control is a light weight control which can be used for simple reporting purposes.
A Repeater control can be used to build small and Flexible reports with the templates for the items.
The repeater's datasource is the Dataset created and the Data member is mentioned as the Table which is created along with the dataset.
www.codersource.net /asp_net_repeater_databind.html   (702 words)

  
 W2YMM --- K2ATT Repeater 449.300
This repeater has many affiliations with other repeaters in Law Enforcement and in Telecommunication and Fire Service to be utilized in Civil and National Emergency.
What you should know about this repeater is it is strictly by invite system Only Occasional transient use by folks visiting long Island and for occasional use by people not affiliated personally with the principals.
This Repeater is also linked at times with the K2XD-1 repeater in Keene New Hampshire and the K2XD-4 Repeater in Port St. Lucie Florida.
www.w2ymm.net /repeater.html   (650 words)

  
 ONDotnet.com -- ASP.NET Data Controls Part 2: Repeater
The Repeater control performs a very common function that most Web developers have encountered in their projects.
When the Repeater control is bound to a data source, the rows within the data source will be displayed by the
Compared to the DataGrid control, the Repeater control is easier to use and is great for situations where you just need to display records quickly.
www.ondotnet.com /pub/a/dotnet/2003/03/03/repeater.html   (707 words)

  
 UltraVNC Repeater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The repeater is the restricted to connections with ports 5900
Repeater have to run on a machine that can be accessed from server and viewer PC.
Situation is indicated by the lower image of the repeater settings window.
ultravnc.sourceforge.net /addons/repeater.html   (486 words)

  
 mx.core.Repeater (Flex™ 2 Language Reference)
The Repeater class is the runtime object that corresponds to the
A reference to the Repeater object in the parent document that produced this UIComponent.
An Array containing references to the Repeater objects in the parent document that produced this UIComponent.
livedocs.macromedia.com /flex/2/langref/mx/core/Repeater.html   (2216 words)

  
 meeblog » meebo repeater
The meebo repeater can only access meebo.com, so unlike other proxies that give anyone access to any site from your computer, the meebo repeater can only be used for chatting.
The repeater is also fully open source and built on top of rinetd which has received many years of testing.
The repeater is completely based on open source software and we were able to package it up into something safe for our users.
blog.meebo.com /?page_id=140   (825 words)

  
 HDTV Repeater (Discontinued)
The ex•tend•it HDTV Repeater extends the length of any DVI cable by regenerating the HDCP-compliant digital video signal before it outputs to the DVI display or projector.
One side of the HDTV Repeater is connected to a long DVI (male to male) cable, which is connected to the satellite receiver's DVI output.
The HDTV or HDTV projector is placed next to the HDTV Repeater and connected to the HDTV Repeater's output.
www.gefen.com /kvm/product.jsp?prod_id=2195   (186 words)

  
 REP-200 Repeater
The brain of the repeater is a 6803 µP with a 27C32 eprom and 9 support chips on the COR-5 Controller board.
The coverage area of the repeater is outstanding.
JG, Lodi WI The REP-200 repeater two meter repeater that you built, for me in November 1999, is running flawlessly.
www.hamtronics.com /rep200.htm   (2132 words)

  
 W1YX - 147.18 Repeater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The repeater is owned and maintained by Brad Armstrong, W1YX; and is affiliated with the Rochester Radio Repeater Association.
The repeater is located at the geographic center of Monroe County, NY; and has good mobile coverage of most of the County.
It should also be noted that the repeater does not generally block DTMF tones from passing to the transmitter or the autopatch.
www.ourattic.com /w1yx   (831 words)

  
 DVI Repeater
The DVI Repeater is also capable of extending the DVI transmission an additional distance (actual distance may vary).
You simply connect the DVI Repeater to the end of your DVI cable on one side and to the display's cable on the other side.
The DVI Repeater sits between the end of your DVI cable and your display.
www.gefen.com /kvm/product.jsp?prod_id=2807   (226 words)

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