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handoff

(hand'of?)
The transfer of patient care from one health care provider to another or from one health care facility to another.
Synonym: handover; sign-out
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The former issue is related to the hand-off latency in WMNs, which depends on both Layer-2 hand-off latency and Layer-3 hand-off latency.
3, 02 has received the last hand-off from 01 and has become the "hot dribbler.
This technique, known as soft hand-off, allows a call to be "softly" transitioned from base station to base station and wireless switch to wireless switch as the caller moves throughout various service areas.
The OptiVox and VoiceCare applications are deployed at more than 140 hospitals and help hospital workers better manage millions of patient hand-offs annually.
We plan to standardize on Atrenta's SpyGlass for screening of all incoming customer designs to validate RTL and optimize designs early during design hand-off, before expensive and time-consuming detailed implementation.
We want the defenders to know the tailback hasn't gotten the ball on the hand-off.
With new, converged phones that can connect to either Wi-Fi or cellular networks, carriers require client and network software that permit subscribers to automatically maintain voice and data connections as they roam from one type of network to another and perform hand-offs where appropriate.
They were able to analyze several options, make the necessary modifications, and solve the issues well before any hand-off to physical design," Chartrand stated.
HB/Wingback: Receive hand-off, run through FB's original position; cut off guard's wall-off.
TeraRecon was looking for technology to streamline the hand-off of our designs to our silicon provider.
If the left half catches the ball, he will go in front and fake a hand-off to the other half.