Televizyon önemli bir kültür kaynağı olabilir, ve eğitim yayınlarına birçok okulda değer verilmektedir. - Television could be an important source of culture, and its educational broadcasts are valued in many schools.
O TV istasyonu sadece film yayınlamaktadır. - That TV station broadcasts only movies.
(Askeri) YAYIN KONTROLLU HAVA ÖNLEMESİ: Önleme uçağına bir düşman baskınıyla ilgili devamlı bilgi yayını yapıldığı ve başkaca kontrola lüzum kalmadan önlemenin yapıldığı bir önleme şekli. Ayrıca bakınız: "air interception; close controlled air interception"
(Askeri) KEŞİF TELSİZ YAYINI: Bir keşif birliğindeki kara irtibat subayı tarafından göz, fotoğraf veya radar keşfi sonuçlarını yaymak için gösterilen faaliyet. Bu yayın; ordu, kolordu, tümen ve ilgili müfrezeler tarafından dinlenir
Broadcasting'in ise tam Türkçe karşılığı yayınlamaktır. Bir noktadan çok alıcıya yapılan ve ortamı sadece network olmayıp, radyo dalgalarıyla yerel veya uydudan da yapılabilen transmisyon türüdür. Bir çok alanda kullanılabilir:
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Definition von broadcast im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch
cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
Data packet that will be sent to all nodes on a network Broadcasts are identified by a broadcast address Compare with multicast and unicast See also broadcast address
(n ) To send a message to all possible recipients Broadcast can be implemented as a repeated send, but is more efficiently implemented by using spanning trees and having each node in the tree propagate the message to its descendants See also multicast and process group
A transmission of a radio or television programme that can be received by anyone with a receiver
A broadcast is a programme, performance, or speech on the radio or on television. In a broadcast on state radio the government also announced that it was willing to resume peace negotiations. = programme
In general terms, a transmission sent simultaneously to more than one recipient In Internet terminology, a transmission sent to a single address to be forwarded to many recipients In practice, Internet broadcasts function only on local networks, because routers do not forward them
message that is transmitted by radio or television a radio or television show; "did you see his program last night?" sow over a wide area, especially by hand; "broadcast seeds
The act of sending a frame to all stations Also describes the class of media for which CSMA/CD Ethernet is designed, in which all stations are capable of receiving a signal transmitted by any other station
A special type of multicast packet that all nodes on the network are always willing to receive Also in the Unidata LDM context, refers to the satellite broadcast of FOS and McIDAS data by Alden
Packet delivery service in which all nodes on a network receive a copy of any frame that is designated for broadcast or, when used as a verb, sending the message to all nodes
To broadcast a programme means to send it out by radio waves, so that it can be heard on the radio or seen on television. The concert will be broadcast live on television and radio CNN also broadcasts in Europe. = transmit. a programme on the radio or on television
A very brief postponement, achieved by technical means, often used in the public broadcasting of live radio or television programs in order to provide sufficient time to edit out undesired content, such as profanity or coughing
Some networks have started using a broadcast delay on live programs to catch any offensive material before it aired.
"Broadcasting is a protocol which allows a process to send one message out, and allow all of the other processes to read that single message" (qtd in Gossweiler 4) The advantage of broadcast messages over multicast messages is that only one message has to be sent out instead of one message to each node See also: Multicasting
Fertilizer and seed can both be broadcast When seed, for example, is broadcast it is spread by handful or by a spreader as evenly as possible over the soil For best results, it is usually most effective to prepare the soil beforehand When seed is light or small, mixing it with sand can make even distribution easier After the seed is broadcast, water it gently; you might also need to rake soil lightly over the seeds, depending on the variety
The body of law which relates to radio, television (including satellite) and cable transmissions Legal issues which can arise in broadcasting include defamation and libel, as well as a host of regulatory matters
Early farming was a very labour intensive process Because the early settlers did not possess mechanized machinery they had to hand-sow their crops Broadcasting was the act of widely scattering or planting the seeds of a crop by hand
Broadcasting is the making and sending out of television and radio programmes. If this happens it will change the face of religious broadcasting. the state broadcasting organisation. the business of making television and radio programmes. Transmission of sound or images by radio or television. After Guglielmo Marconi's discovery of wireless broadcasting in 1901, radio broadcasting was undertaken by amateurs. The first U.S. commercial radio station, KDKA of Pittsburgh, began operation in 1920. The number of stations increased rapidly, as did the formation of national radio networks. To avoid radio monopolies, Congress passed the Radio Act of 1927, which created the Federal Communications Commission to oversee broadcast operations. In the 1930s and '40s, the "golden age of radio," innovations in broadcast techniques and programming made radio the most popular entertainment medium. Television broadcasting began in Germany and Britain in the 1930s. After World War II, the U.S. took the lead, and television stations soon overshadowed radio networks. Color television broadcasts began in 1954 and became widespread in the 1960s. By the 1980s, satellite transmission of live television further expanded the field of broadcasting. See also ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, NBC, PBS. American Broadcasting Co. British Broadcasting Corp. National Broadcasting Co. Public Broadcasting Service Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Fox Broadcasting Co
an information dissemination problem in which one vertex in a graph, called the originator, must distribute a message to all other vertices by placing a series of calls along the edges of the graph Once informed, other vertices aid the originator in distributing the message This is assumed to take place in discrete time units
Producing and designing media content to appeal to a broad audience segment and offered on airways to a large number of people The technology of broadcasting only applies to content carried through the airwaves
The term "broadcast," meaning to send a radio message to a number of simultaneous listeners, has existed since the 19th century (Before then, the term was an agricultural one to describe a method of sowing seeds )
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