On Thursday, March 7, 2013 12:56:01 PM UTC-5, William R. Buckley wrote:
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> The context takes all action, to include the action 
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> of doing nothing at all.
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> Once the signal is given by the transmitter, then sure it is up to the 
> receiver of the signal to interpret it. How the transmitter formats the 
> signal will influence the receiver's reception and interpretation 
> possibilities though.
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> How the transmitter formats signal, what sign the transmitter sends will 
> influence the 
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> receiver’s reception but only to the extent that the transmitted signal 
> corresponds to 
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> a priori defined acceptance criteria in the receiver.  This criteria is 
> not under the influence 
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> of the transmitter.
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Only the initial criteria. The signal can be "switch to 88.9 mHz and use 
Morse Code" or "the ip address to use for future signals is the number of 
my favorite basketball player followed by .15.129.99".

 

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> wrb 
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