They should be capable of transmitting their location no matter how deep they plunge.
Because of its “self-destruct” reputation, the app is a popular tool among youngsters for transmitting sexually explicit material.
White later wrote that he regretted the role he played in transmitting the Camelot myth to the public.
He uses his new medium of oil paint to show light alone doing the holy work of transmitting spirit onto flesh.
And, too often, our schools are doing a poor job of transmitting civic knowledge.
Several letters from the western district of the State, transmitting specimens, were received.
The complexity is transferred from capturing the image to transmitting and viewing it.
It is on me, as Mayor of Valoise, that there reposes the duty of transmitting to their families the wishes of our dying soldiers!'
Had it been transmitting then, the autopilot would simply have homed on it.
That is all the power necessary for transmitting the public funds and regulating exchanges and the currency.'
transmit trans·mit (trāns-mĭt', trānz-)
v. trans·mit·ted, trans·mit·ting, trans·mits
To send from one person, thing, or place to another; convey.
To cause to spread; pass on.
To impart or convey to others by heredity or inheritance; hand down.