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The word feed has a number of uses:

  • Feeding is supplying food. Feed as a noun often refers to food given to or meant for livestock (also called "fodder").
  • In telecommunication, the term feed has the following meanings:
  1. To supply a signal to the input of a system, subsystem, equipment, or component, such as a transmission line or antenna.
  2. A coupling device between an antenna and its transmission line. Such a feed may consist of a distribution network or a primary radiator.
  3. A transmission facility between (a) the point of origin of a signal, such as is generated in a radio or television studio, and (b) the head-end of a distribution facility, such as a broadcasting station in a network. See also raw feed.
  4. Pertaining to the function of inserting one thing into another, such as in a feed horn, paper feed, card feed, and line feed.
  • Feed also refers to RSS or Atom feeds used by news aggregators.
  • Feed was also the name of a popular e-zine, also known as feedmag.com.
  • FEED is also an abbreviation for Front End Engineering Design.
  • Feed is the title of a postcyberpunk, dystopian novel written by M. T. Anderson in 2002.
  • In metalworking feed describes the rate at which a tool advances into the workpiece. The term speeds and feeds combines two important conditions that affect cutting tool life and metal removal rates.
  • The Feed is a segment on the American TV Series Attack Of The Show

This article contains information from Federal Standard 1037C and from MIL-STD-188 In agriculture, fodder or animal feed is any foodstuff that is used specifically to feed livestock, such as cattle, sheep, chickens and pigs. ... BlackBerry 7100t Telecommunication refers to communication over long distances. ... Signaling, or signal, may mean: Look up signal on Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Information processing In information processing, input is the process of receiving information from an object. ... A system is an assemblage of inter-related elements comprising a unified whole. ... In general, a things components are its parts; the things that compose it. ... A transmission line is the material medium or structure that forms all or part of a path from one place to another for directing the transmission of energy, such as electromagnetic waves or acoustic waves. ... A yagi antenna Most simply, an antenna is an electronic component designed to send or receive radio waves. ... A wide variety of systems of interconnected components are called networks. ... In telecommunication, the term facility has the following meanings: 1. ... A broadcast station may be: a radio station a television station It does not include television networks or radio networks. ... Horn may refer to: horn (anatomy), a hollow, pointed projection of the skin of various animals Horn, Austria horn (diacritic), a diacritic mark used to indicate that a normally rounded vowel such as o or u is to be pronounced unrounded horn (instrument) horn, a slang term for any wind... RSS is a family of XML file formats for Web syndication used by (amongst other things) news websites and weblogs. ... Atom is an XML-based document format for the syndication of web content such as weblogs and news headlines, and an HTTP-based protocol for editing weblogs based on the format. ... A news aggregator is a piece of software or a remotely hosted service that periodically reads a set of news sources, in one of several XML-based formats (primarily RSS), finds the new bits, and displays them in reverse-chronological order on a single page. ... Feed or was one of the earliest e-zines that relied entirely on its original online content. ... An Ezine is a periodic publication distributed by email or posted on a website. ... Feed (2002) is a dystopian novel by M. T. (Matthew Tobin) Anderson The novel depicts a future world in which the Internet has evolved into the feed; a computer network to which everyones brain is directly connected by way of an implanted computer chip. ... Postcyberpunk describes a genre of science fiction which is believed to have emerged from the cyberpunk movement. ... This article is about the philosophical concept. ... Matthew Tobin Anderson (M. T. Anderson), (1968- ) is an author, primarily of picture books for children and novels for young adults. ... 2002(MMII) is a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Metalworking is the craft and practice of working with metals to create parts or structures. ... Television is a telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving pictures and sound over a distance. ... Federal Standard 1037C entitled Telecommunications: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms is a U.S. Federal Standard, issued by the General Services Administration pursuant to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended. ... MIL-STD-188 is a series of U.S. military standards relating to telecommunications. ...

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Feed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (342 words)
A transmission facility between (a) the point of origin of a signal, such as is generated in a radio or television studio, and (b) the head-end of a distribution facility, such as a broadcasting station in a network.
Feed is the title of a postcyberpunk, dystopian novel written by M.
Feederism is a sexual fetish involving the submissive partner in a relationship being fed to the stage of obesity by the dominant one for sexual gratification.
Six Apart - About Feeds (XML, RSS and Atom) (1048 words)
Feeds have a special format that lets you collect information from a wide variety of sites and display the updates all in one place, as they happen.
Most feeds are offered for free, to encourage you to read the site that publishes them, or so you'll click on the links in the feed.
Feed readers that support podcasting will automatically download the media files in a podcast feed and then copy them to a portable device or to your computer for you to listen to whenever you want.
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