Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to broadcast.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ broadcast

Examples

  • As with "Jericho," it's tough to shrink a broadcast show's budget to fit a nonbroadcast network.

    'Moonlight' is dead, for real this time -- The Live Feed | THR

  • None of these rules, as rules, applied to the nonbroadcast press.

    The Age of Murdoch

  • Those two series alone landed five of the 24 primary acting categories; nonbroadcast acting nominations take up just nine of the acting slots up for grabs in 2010 compared with last year's 10.

    Reuters: Top News

  • It uses H. 264 HD and SD encoding and supports video/audio and data transmission with selectable modulation bandwidths of 6MHz, 7Mhz and 8MHz, for a variety of ENG and nonbroadcast applications.

    Broadcast Engineering RSS Feed

  • Harris Nexio servers manage the nonbroadcast resolution of the iPhone material and ready it for broadcast via Harris Velocity edit systems.

    Broadcast Engineering RSS Feed

  • Garrison Keillor has announced a 25-city nonbroadcast "Summer Love" concert tour for his show,

    Philly.com - Latest Videos

  • Potential interference to these services, and many others in nonbroadcast services, necessarily puts a lot of constraints on TV band devices (TVBDs), as unlicensed white space devices are now known.

    Broadcast Engineering RSS Feed

  • From September 22-28, join us for computer networks, a nonbroadcast multiaccess (NBMA) medium or transmission system is one to which more than two users can connect, but that does not support broadcasts to all participants, or Asynchronous Transfer Mode, which create bidirectional paths between a hub point and a group of spoke points.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) provides the solution in IPv4 networks: the client broadcasts the IP address of the desired destination, in a frame with his L2 address as the source; the destination hears it, and sends back an ARP reply with its MAC address. nonbroadcast multiaccess media such as frame relay and ATM, which may be set up as a hub-and-spoke arramgement, with only the hub available for broadcast.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The rules prohibit homeowner associations, landlords, state and local governments, or any other third parties from placing restrictions that impair a customer antenna user's ability to install, maintain, or use such customer antennas transmitting and / or receiving commercial nonbroadcast communications signals when the antenna is located "on property within the exclusive use or control" of the user where the user has a "direct or indirect ownership or leasehold interest in the property, except under certain exceptions for safety and historic preservation."

    Wi-Fi Networking News

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