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triggering

The initiation of a mechanically generated breath after the detection of a change in airway pressure, after a change in air flow, or after an alteration in the flow wave form.
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Several oscilloscope design trends are related to triggering.
For level triggering, or gating as it is often referred to, rather than outputting a single pulse, the sensor transmits its output measurement for the whole duration during which the gate is satisfied.
After the triggering edge, provided by an initiator switch or PLC, the analogue output is updated, or if a digital output has been selected, only a digital measurement is output via an RS422 interface.
transferor corporation, the transferee foreign corporation or the transferred corporation do not squarely fit within the triggering event exceptions.
However, terms of the buy-sell agreement included a buyout provision under certain triggering events using the term fair value.
Pico was one of the pioneers, introducing digital scope triggering in 1991.
Under the proposed regulations, taxpayers may rebut a triggering event if they can demonstrate to the IRS's satisfaction that there can be no foreign use of the DCL.
Another term used further forward in the triggering process is events; for example, trigger after 39 events on channel 1 where an event could be a level crossing or a certain serial data word.
In a cross-purchase agreement, the remaining shareholders are obligated (or have the option) to purchase a departing shareholder's stock on the occurrence of a specified triggering event.
Competitors' oscilloscope solutions with CAN triggering and protocol decode use post-processed software techniques to decode CAN frames.
Actions include programming the acquisition hardware to perform responses such as triggering the logic analyzer, storing a sample, incrementing a hardware counter, starting and stopping a timer, or simply transitioning to another program state.
6621(c)(2), providing that letters or notices are to be disregarded for purposes of triggering hot interest if the amount of the tax deficiency is not greater than $100,000.