What is the Meaning & Definition of transmission

It refers to the Act of transmitting transmission. A transmission is the transfer of energy, waves, or information from a starting point towards a different, and can alter or no arrival point what is transmitted on the tour. Any process of transmission involves a movement and this may be voluntary or involuntary way in many different ways, there are some mechanical transmissions, other electrical, other communication-related and others with health or hygiene.
The notion of transmission always implies the passage or the dissemination of a message in a type of specific code, related to activity on which it is acting. The transmission is not, therefore, a unique type of transfer, but it can occur in many ways. Normally, when it comes to transmission, is thought commonly in the transmission that is carried out via the media. Such is the example of the transmission of the programs of radio or TV, as well as speeches, reports and readings (in which case it is not necessary that mediate a device if no transmission can occur face to face mode). In this last example, the transmission of the message is given elementary way, from person to person.
The transmission can also be related to chemical, physical or biological questions. In general, we associate the notion of transmission with temperature, heat or cold, as well as with certain waves as the magnetic transmission. When the process of transmission of any type of energy, this can be through waves.
Finally, when we speak of transmission also refers to the passage of diseases or viruses that are aggressive for the individual and that evolve into different complications. The transmission in this sense acquires a negative meaning and must be properly controlled not only by individuals but also by the responsible bodies.
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