trigger delay

trig·ger de·lay

(trig'ĕr dĕ-lā')
Waiting period after each radio wave; the time between the radio wave and the beginning of data acquisition in magnetic resonance imaging.
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The inspiratory trigger and expiratory trigger delay tend to increase with the increasing depth of sedation; however, this did not achieve statistical significance ( P > 0.
60%; - price of services evaluated by the decomposition of fixed overall price (FGPD): 30%; - Trigger delay and achieve consistency and maintaining skills (notably one day / male ratio dedicated to each project component and qualification of) stakeholders: 10%.
This relation is especially important for determining the correct trigger delay in point-in-pulse measurements vs.
Multichannel capabilities deliver an ultra-low trigger delay of 14 nsec and a gate jitter of +/-1.
5 [+ or -] 1 Trigger delay range (ms) 0 to 1000 in 1 ms steps Size (mm) 320 x 100 x 300 Weight (kg) 3
Light emission timing can also be controlled by setting the trigger delay and emission time.
For example, a trigger delay can be specified as an amount of time, mimicking the older analog system, or as a number of events.
Both versions include a software interface that enables user-specified area of interest, gain, exposure time, frame rate, trigger delay and digital-output (flash) delay and duration.
So now, even if the test engineer has properly calibrated all 32 DACs, all frequencies, trace paths, and switching paths he will have to contend with trigger start and trigger delay issues, which will misalign the data and give erroneous results.
Multiple run modes include trigger, retrigger, and trigger delay.
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