Definition of retransmit in English:

retransmit

Line breaks: re|trans¦mit
Pronunciation: /ˌriːtranzˈmɪt
 
, -trɑːnz-, -ns-/

verb (retransmits, retransmitting, retransmitted)

[with object]
Transmit (data, a radio signal, or a broadcast programme) again or on to another receiver: a programme that a cable company picks up off the air and retransmits
More example sentences
  • On most days, local radio and television stations retransmitted the IMN signal, but the IMN provided only 4 hours of local programming per day.
  • The modified signals are then retransmitted via geostationary satellites to users' receivers.
  • The screen apparatus cannot take a signal from a remote source and interpret and retransmit this signal instantaneously, but does so in that very interesting space of time we refer to as ‘realtime’.

Derivatives

retransmission

Pronunciation: /-ˈmɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • The only hardware required for retransmission beside two radios is a small cable kit and some electronic filters.
  • For example, we couldn't slow down the amount of incoming video, so we slowed down the retransmission to our central location instead.
  • The link layer thus has feedback built in that does not cause end-to-end retransmission - only across the wireless link.

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