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Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On October 20, 2008, Transmit Now was named the winner of MTV's "I Want My Music On MTV" contest, resulting in the filming of their song "Tarantism."

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On December 5, 2009, Transmit Now played the 3rd stage at 103.1 FM The Buzz's Buzz Bake Sale 2009.

Transmit Now - Band members

In February 2009, Transmit Now was signed under the record label Silent Majority Group.

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On December 31, 2009, Transmit Now was named TOP NEWCOMER BAND in the 2009 Rock on Request Magazine Top In Rock Awards.

Transmit diversity

Since transmit diversity with N antennas results in N sources of interference to other users, the interference environment will be different from conventional systems with one transmit antenna. Thus even if transmit diversity has almost the same performance as receive diversity in noise-limited environments, the performance in interference-limited environments will differ.

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On February 17, 2009, Transmit Now was signed with Silent Majority Group.

Transmit Now

Transmit Now is an alternative/pop rock band based out of Orlando, Florida. The band's first live performance was on July 10, 2008 at the Van's Warped Tour 2008, the result of winning an online "Battle of the Bands" event. Soon after, Transmit Now went on to win the popular vote in MTV's "I Want My Music On MTV II" contest, and has since had its music featured in several MTV shows. In 2010, the band put out a full length album "Downtown Merry Go Round." In May 2010 the band shot a video for the album's first single, "Let's Go Out Tonight" directed by Chris Grieder. The video won mtvU's Freshman 5 for the week of August 30, 2010 and was added to rotation on the network. A punk-rock work ethic and a love for their music is what Brooks says sets Transmit Now apart from the rest of the power pop crowd.

Transmit diversity

Transmit diversity is radio communication using signals that originate from two or more independent sources that have been modulated with identical information-bearing signals and that may vary in their transmission characteristics at any given instant.

Transmit Failure

Transmit Failure is the second album by band Four Hundred Years. It was recorded at Inner Ear by J. Robbins of Jawbox in April 1998.

Transmit Disrupt

Transmit Disrupt is the second album from Hell Is for Heroes and features 12 tracks. It was released in the United Kingdom in March 2005 while the band wasn't under a record label; consequently the album didn't get a lot of promotion. The singles "Kamichi", "One Of Us", "Discos and Casinos" and "Models for the Programme" were taken from the album. In March 2006 the album was re-released by Burning Heart Records with new artwork and packaging.

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On May 5, 2009, Transmit Now completed recording for their ep, "Test, Test"

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

Transmit Now's debut video for "Let's Go Out Tonight" won mtvU's Freshman 5 for the week of August 30, 2010 The video can be seen here

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On August 4, 2009, Transmit Now released their ep, "Test, Test"

Transmit Now - Major appearances and accomplishments

On December 18, 2009 Transmit Now made their television debut on the nationally syndicated show "The Daily Buzz"

Transmit diversity

Considering antenna diversity, in many systems additional antennas may be expensive or impractical at the remote or even at the base station. In these cases, transmit diversity can be used to provide diversity benefit at a receiver with multiple transmit antennas only. With transmit diversity, multiple antennas transmit delayed versions of a signal, creating frequency-selective fading, which is equalized at the receiver to provide diversity gain.

Hell Is for Heroes (band) - Transmit Disrupt

In September 2005, Hell Is for Heroes signed with Burning Heart Records. Transmit Disrupt was re-released, and "Models For The Programme" was given a new video. In February 2006, the band announced on their website that they had "come out of hibernation", and "New Song" appeared on the band's website. This was followed by a tour and, in July, "Eject Eject Eject", was available for free download on MySpace.

Hell Is for Heroes (band) - Transmit Disrupt

In May 2004, the band recorded their second album with the independent record label, Captains of Industry. The first single release was "One Of Us", which did not enjoy their previous major label's promotion efforts. "Models for the Programme" was then followed by "Kamichi" before the album's release. Transmit Disrupt flopped at No. 87 in the UK chart.

Space–time block code - 4 transmit antennas

Two straightforward codes for 4 transmit antennas are: :

Transmit (file transfer tool) - History

On June 10, 2016, Panic began beta testing Transmit 5, touting improved performance and new features. Transmit 5 was released the following year on July 18, 2017.

Space–time block code - 3 transmit antennas

These codes achieve rate-1/2 and rate-3/4 respectively. These two matrices give examples of why codes for more than two antennas must sacrifice rate — it is the only way to achieve orthogonality. One particular problem with C_{3,3/4} is that it has uneven power among the symbols it transmits. This means that the signal does not have a constant envelope and that the power each antenna must transmit has to vary, both of which are undesirable. Modified versions of this code that overcome this problem have since been designed.

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