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A History of U. S. Communications Security (Volumes I and Ii);1973

By: David G. Boak

...code, and all other copies are labelled "RECEIVE ONLYlt. We call this method or communications ·'Broadcast" and it bas rather DlUTDW applications. Alt... ... from the expected nonn. The theory is this: suppose, when a crypto­ system ia hooked to a radio transmitter for on-line operation, compromising radia... ... radio transmitter for on-line operation, compromising radiation or conducted signals get to the transmitter right along with the cipher tat and. inst... ...have adopted, in the case of smaller systems, like a KW-7 being used with a teletypewriter and a transmitter distributor, is to pick a relatively smal... ...operations well before the flet. (e) .\1titude reservations (ALTREV's) were filed with ICAO, and broadcast in the clear throushout the Far East. NotWe... ...roush thOle areas, and these notices were posted at U.S. air facilities everywhere. Plain Ianpqc broadcasts (called Heavy Artillery Warnings) saturate... ...opapbic anti-jam techniques like the desian of directional antenna or brute folU very biIb power transmitters to assure message delivery. . (U) While ... ...r much briefer intervals. TbJs is true, because aD the jammer need do is knock the cryptographic transmitters and receivers out of sync or disrupt the...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...cations and landline service; fair domestic wire and microwave service; fair broadcast service; 182,000 telephones (0.18 per 100 popl.); 9 AM, 6 FM, 1... ...adcast cover- age good; 27,000 telephones (11.0 per 100 popl.); Radio Brunei broadcasts from 4 AM/FM stations and 1 TV station; 52,000 radio receivers... ...udio radiobroadcast coverage provided by 122 main AM cen- ters and about 525 transmitter relay sta- tions; unknown number of FM radio and wired rebroa... ...iving stations; at least 202 TV centers; over 400 local and network TV relay transmitter stations; 7,000 supplementary video recorder and redistributi... ...ntinents through INTELSAT Pacific and Indian Ocean earth satellite; AM radio broadcasts in 38 languages to 140 countries and regions Defense Forces Br... ...runways 1,220-2,439m Telecommunications: excellent telephone, telegraph, and broadcast services; 4.0 million telephones (78.3 per 100 popl.); 2 AM, 46... ...ly developed system provides satisfactory telephone, telegraph, radio and TV broadcast services; 35.0 million telephones (60 per 100 popl.); 41 AM, 79... ...cations ade- quate; 3.1 million telephones (0.4 per 100 popl.); about 170 AM transmitters at 94 locations, 14 TV centers and 170 TV relays; domestic s... ...d international services; 13,000 telephones; 4 AM and 3 FM radio broad- cast transmitters; est. 75,000 radio receiv- ers; international high frequency...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

... files may render the CD obsolete - but they were preceded by radio music broadcasts. But the novelty is that the Internet provides a venue for the ... ...t. The late Pointcast, for instance, integrated advertising into its news broadcasts, continuously streamed to the user's screen, even when inactive... ...urse. Radio transmissions started in the USA in 1920. Those were anarchic broadcasts with no discernible regularity. Non commercial organizations and... ...commercial organizations and not for profit organizations began their own broadcasts and even created radio broadcasting infrastructure (albeit of t... ...ain educational institutions and religious groups commenced "public radio" broadcasts. The Commercial Phase When the users (e.g., listeners in the... ...non-linear and totally modular. A television program is broadcast from a transmitter, through the airwaves to a receiver (=the television set). The... ...oth a message (content) and a medium (active information channel), both a transmitter and a receiver. If 30% of all computers on the Net were to cra... ...s from every radio receiver. Each computer is a combination of studio and transmitter (on the Internet). In reality, there is no other interactive ... ... parties simultaneously. With time, tools to bridge the time gap between transmitter and receiver were developed. The answering machine and the vid...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...acy. They say only that he should achieve it by cupping his hand between the transmitter and his mouth and speaking in a low voice into this makeshift... ..., and communications—like Hollywood, the recording industry, and perhaps the broadcasters and some of the telecommunications services giants— to a com... ...a radio tuning knob or dial a telephone number to the outside world, ra- dio broadcasts can be jammed, and phone connections can be disabled or mon- i... ...ilt so that they cannot be tuned to frequencies other than those with official broadcasts. 27 With generative devices like PCs, the regulator must settl... ... to arise if music subject to copyright could be shared freely. With TiVo, a broadcaster can flag a program as “premium” and assign it an ex- piration ... ...nte legislative-style drafting. For example, suppose a particular television broadcast were found to infringe a copyright or to damage someone’s reput...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...enetic material, in other words: through hardware). We can identify an emitter (or transmitter) of mental states and a receiver of mental states (e... ...ver has a copy of the intelligence or of the other mental states of the agent (the transmitter). If so, then it is intelligent in its own right and... ...the gladiator rink. Gossip used to fulfil the same function and now the mass media broadcast live the slaughtering of fallen gods. There is no ques... ...s the UK took part in Living Innovation 2002. The extravaganza included a national broadcast linkup from the Eden Project in Cornwall and satellite... ...creative idea: the virtual catalogue. It is a form of narrowcasting (as opposed to broadcasting): a surgically accurate targeting of potential cons... ...f the vices, avarice up front. Yet the chaos and corruption in their own homes is broadcast live, day in and day out, into the cubicles inhabited ... ...mission and reception mechanisms and channels? Which is the receiver, where is the transmitter, what is the form of the information, what is its ca... ...y this course. Radio transmissions started in the USA in 1920. Those were anarchic broadcasts with no discernible regularity. Non commercial organi... ...flooded brains will access, almost telepathically (through implanted tiny wireless transmitters and receivers) the entire network of other brains a...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...enetic material, in other words: through hardware). We can identify an emitter (or transmitter) of mental states and a receiver of mental states (e... ...ver has a copy of the intelligence or of the other mental states of the agent (the transmitter). If so, then it is intelligent in its own right and... ...the gladiator rink. Gossip used to fulfil the same function and now the mass media broadcast live the slaughtering of fallen gods. There is no ques... ...s the UK took part in Living Innovation 2002. The extravaganza included a national broadcast linkup from the Eden Project in Cornwall and satellite... ...creative idea: the virtual catalogue. It is a form of narrowcasting (as opposed to broadcasting): a surgically accurate targeting of potential cons... ...f the vices, avarice up front. Yet the chaos and corruption in their own homes is broadcast live, day in and day out, into the cubicles inhabited ... ...mission and reception mechanisms and channels? Which is the receiver, where is the transmitter, what is the form of the information, what is its ca... ...y this course. Radio transmissions started in the USA in 1920. Those were anarchic broadcasts with no discernible regularity. Non commercial organi... ...flooded brains will access, almost telepathically (through implanted tiny wireless transmitters and receivers) the entire network of other brains a...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...actual truth about breast implants was buried in the legal archives and never broadcast to the viewing public again. Women and girls still have bre... ... The Corporate Republican Media has done this kind of selective censored lying broadcasting many times before. It showed only the violence, and tarr... ...n ever? This shocking news should have been swept up by the public media and broadcast around the nation as a groundbreaking earth shattering event.... ...ven, corporate controlled economy: what point is there in having a media that broadcasts only what the consumer wants to hear and only what corporat... ... to hear and only what corporations allow them to hear? What is the point in broadcasting only one major story… the same story to billions of viewe... ...er signals. You hear two stations at the same time… if you synchronize your transmitter to the same frequency as a radio station: you can transmit... ... who has a radio tuned to that frequency will hear you. If the power of your transmitter is more powerful than the transmitter of the radio station:...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... all that different than the monotonous chants of Buddhist monks that were broadcast from speakers hanging in tree limbs of certain residential areas... ...ard appeared out of nowhere, materializing with the sounds of his portable transmitter and receiver in nebulous static blaring from his hip. Less wary... ...s if it were happening to someone else or viewed from a staticy television broadcast; and although acknowledging that all strangers remained such, unl...

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Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...aptic value m ij might represent the average rate of release of a neuro- transmitter such as norepinephrine. So, as a rate, m ij can be positive, ... ...in TV Advt. in Paper Songs/ dramas Posters Does not know Radio-broadcast Teaching in School Others 409 53. What do you think about...

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The Octopus a Story of California

By: Frank Norris

...I’ll come over some of these days and get it myself.” Annixter hung up the transmitter with a vehement wrench and stamped out of the room, banging the... ...lroad had thrown open these lands, and, by means of circulars, distributed broadcast throughout the State, had expressly invited settlement thereon. A... ...- ant; blooming and fading, and leaving their seed or slips to be marketed broadcast all over the United States. This had been the vocation of Angele’...

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Women in Love

By: D. H. Lawrence

...ed up, no moon any more, only a few broken flakes tangled and glit- tering broadcast in the darkness, without aim or meaning, a darkened confusion, li... ...d to be alone with them. And he preferred Ursula to be there, as a sort of transmitter to Gudrun. ‘Do you do nothing but architectural sculpture?’ Gud...

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Machine that Saved the World, The

By: Murray Leinster

...They were broadcasts from nowhere--sinister emanations flooding in from space--smashing any receiver that picked them up. What defense could Earth devise against science such as this? In the far future of 1972, on a secret military ins...

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