time delay


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time delay

a period between the application of an input and the beginning of the response.
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In addition to the quality indicators, we also evaluated how well the studies described the specific components of the practice of time delay.
Progressive time delay procedures typically proceed from 0 s to some delay contingent upon a set criterion of correct responding being met.
As long as punters know what the time delay equates to on the Flat and over jumps, we don't see it as a problem.
If the transmission line's time delay is shorter than roughly 20% of the rise time of the signal, the reflections will be smeared out, and the reflection noise may be insignificant.
Because of this sensor location, the process has a large time delay (dead time) between a change in these four variables and the resulting sensing of the change in the downstream sheet profile.
Rather than decrease the amount of explosive fired per delay, the blaster should consider changing the 25-ms time delay between decks.
A simple fiber-optic time delay beamformer successfully demonstrated the elimination of beam squint with negligible delay line loss and negligible microwave dispersion at L-band.
A serious limitation of SAW and BAW delay lines for radar target simulator applications is that the output is fixed in location on the crystal, thereby limiting the time delay to a constant value.
At Northrop Grumman, he has led programs on miniaturization of chemical sensors; electrostatically actuated, switched-phase shifted reflect arrays and filters; and an X-band time delay unit.
Tenders are invited for Electronic Time Delay Relay With Time Delay For Starting Of Two Compressors Operated On 95-115 V Ac, 50Hz For Eog Ac Coaches/ 110 /- 5 Percent V Ac, 50Hz Fo Sgac Coaches For Control Panel Of Ac Coaches Confirming To Rdso Specification On Rdso / Pe / Spec / Ac/0060-2004, Rev.
Scheduled for launch at IBC2017 in September, Neo TS Time Delay is a 1U IP-based delay server for single or multichannel time zone shift and disaster-recovery applications.

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