relay (something) to (one)

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relay (something) to (one)

To deliver, pass along, or communicate a message to one with or as is with the use of relays. Will you relay a message to the county courthouse for me? We need to relay the new instructions to the crew in the field.
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relay something to someone

to pass something on to someone. Can you relay this to Frank, who is way down the line? The message was relayed to Frank, who was at the end of the line.
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The capacity of automotive relays to improve the intelligent transportation framework, safety, and space consumption adds to its global demand.
Thriving developments in PCB relays to bring down the vehicular weight and bolster the fuel efficiency is anticipated to provide a stimulus to growth of automotive relay market.
In [10], Fredj and Aissa presented a scenario in which a secondary transmitter used the services of intermediate relays to communicate to its receiver.
Device [U.sub.i] selects relays [R.sub.j] for all j [member of] [U.sub.3] \ {i} as the intermediate relays to forward its message to the other devices.
The E300 overload relay's native dual-port EtherNet/IP option simplifies network wiring, by allowing E300 overload relays to be daisy-chained and by eliminating the need for an Ethernet switch.
In this case, there is no need for relays to have the knowledge of all channel coefficients.
Telecom or consumer electronic applications usually need four to seven relays to switch and are driven either in series or in parallel.
Here he describes digital relays that since the middle 1980s have been replacing mechanical relays to protect electric power systems.
"And second, we'll use the relays to train the industry's up and coming testing and maintenance technicians."
The capability of the relays to effectively transmit the RF signals based on the insertion and return loss measurements over the frequency range was not altered as the relays were aged.
Besides, as a system reliability and performance, use of relays to switch devices has gained momentum.
Nevertheless, the energy harvested from RF radiation is often restricted and thus it is desirable for relays to accumulate the harvested energy in the energy storage such as super-capacitors or rechargeable batteries [7].
"After switching the high voltage onto the cables, the designers left charges on the cables and immediately used the same relays to switch in current sources for continuity tests," said Graham Dale, technical director of Pickering Electronics.
The source impedance of a solid-state relay usually can't be tolerated, so it is normal to use reed or armature relays to connect the sources to the DUT since their on-resistance is very low.