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Synonyms for transmit

to cause to be transferred from one to another

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

to cause (a disease) to pass to another or others

to convey (something) from one generation to the next

to serve as a conduit

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Finally, the term transmissive is sometimes used to denote belief systems in which the teacher, the one who knows, transmits important knowledge to the student, the one who does not yet know.
The Hera is a compact, cost-effective spectroradiometer based on a transmissive grating design, available in three fixed wavelength ranges.
The film body having a transparent in transmitted light, the first region (30), wherein the security element (2) comprises a substrate (21) formed in the first region (30), one or more transmissive diffraction structures (51 to 55, 91 to 93) comprises, the one or more optical security features show for transmitted light'.
Transmissive LCDs work best indoors or in controlled light environments.
The acrylic materials, available in various sizes, thicknesses, and transmissive properties, allow flexibility to maximize image quality and visibility: More specifically, the Delphi application uses Clarex AR (Anti-Reflective) Coat Filter material on the relatively small system display to make the image crisp.
"HP is committed to meeting the specialized needs of professionals, photo and PC enthusiasts by providing support for all transmissive media (slides and film strips) and reflective media (photographs)," said Raul Gago, HP PhotoSmart product manager.
Another application from OVD Kinegram, WO2014033318A2, discloses a variant security element which is not simply transmissive to light but actually 'comprises one or more light-emitting elements'; and 'said one or more light-emitting elements emitting light upon activation and being formed more particularly in each case by a self-luminous, electrically operated, display element'.
Therefore, the upper limit of the efficiency, assuming no anti-reflective coatings and a very transmissive material, is around 92 percent.
NEC LCD Technologies has succeeded in significantly improving the viewing angle characteristics and contrast characteristics of the LCD under the transmissive mode, both issues of conventional transflective LCD modules, realizing specifications of the industry's highest class as follows:
The instrument incorporates a fully reflective design that eliminates the varying effects of chromatic aberrations in transmissive systems.
Transflective displays are readable under direct sunlight without a backlight--as opposed to transmissive displays, which have to be backlit at all times.