What is transmission?

  • (noun): The gears that transmit power from an automobile engine via the driveshaft to the live axle.
    Synonyms: transmission system
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on transmission:

Hydro-Québec - Activities - Transmission System
... TransÉnergie, Hydro-Québec's transmission division, operates the largest electricity transmission network in North America ... in the State of New York using TransÉnergie's network, upon payment of a transmission fee ... reception capacity of 10,850 MW and a maximum transmission capacity of 7,994 MW ...
VTi Transmission
... The VTi is a continuously variable transmission for automobiles ... Production ended in 2005 in favor of the GM-Ford 6-speed automatic transmission ... In 2004 GM extended the transmission's warranty on all 2002 - 2004 GM vehicles with the VTi to 5 years / 75,000 miles (120,700 km) due to high failure rates ...
Locomobile Company Of America - Switch To Internal Combustion Engines
... A 3-speed sliding transmission was fitted, as on the Système Panhard cars it competed with ... a 17.7-liter (1080ci) racer after suffering a transmission gear failure, and with no spare available, driver Joe Tracy only managed two circuits of Auvergne before the transmission packed up entirely ...
Transmission - Media
... Transmission (album), the fourth album by the Canadian band The Tea Party Transmission (band), an experimental/post-rock band based in the United Kingdom Transmission (film), a ...

More definitions of "transmission":

  • (noun): Communication by means of transmitted signals.
  • (noun): The fraction of radiant energy that passes through a substance.
    Synonyms: transmittance
  • (noun): An incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted.
    Synonyms: infection, contagion