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  • n. Plural form of downlink.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of downlink.

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Examples

  • At these speeds, 802. 11a is well suited to home entertainment appllication (think of a TV that streams video and audio off a home server that you can set up anywhere by velcroing it to a wall) and more importantly, to providing point-to-point "wireless backbone" connections to build out alternative infrastructure to hang 802. 11b "downlinks" off of.

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  • Still, the communications uplinks and downlinks to control the robots are vulnerable to hacking, direct countermeasures and even the weather.

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  • He likewise used partnerships to roll up small cable tv operators beginning in the mid-1970s and benefited from the industry's expansion when satellite downlinks dramatically increased the size of its footprint.

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  • From what I have read, the vieo downlinks are not encrypted.

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  • Increasingly we are seeing wireless up and downlinks, and even wired systems can ultimate lead back to the full internet.

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  • LAWRENCE: Raytheon's global broadcast service downlinks real - time intelligence and video, then beams it from a satellite to a military receiver.

    CNN Transcript Jan 31, 2009

  • Richard Garriott plans to talk to students through live amateur radio downlinks during his October flight to the International Space Station.

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  • "Richard Garriott, the next civilian to fly into space and son of NASA's Skylab Astronaut Owen Garriott, plans to talk to students through live amateur radio downlinks during his October flight to the International Space Station."

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: September 2008 Archives

  • Lourdes intercepted transmissions from microwave towers in the United States, communication satellite downlinks, and a wide range of shortwave and high-frequency radio transmissions.

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  • At that point I can count the number of uplinks, downlinks, and crosslinks made by each target blogger.

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