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Handover

The handover is the formal acceptance by the building owner that construction of the building is substantially complete and that it is ready for occupancy; that all systems have been installed correctly and are operational; and that a handover commissioning record has been completed and is available for the owner.
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In 2013, 13,012 handovers took more than 60 minutes compared to 7,011 in 2011.
Medical chiefs have pledged to fight to reduce the numbers, but said handover times on Merseyside were generally good.
The handover of land plots and residential units, steady growth from recurring revenue assets were the factors for surge in earnings along with a one-time gain on the acquisition of Sorouh's assets offset by certain asset impairments.
Thus, both NEMO and MIPv6 cannot solve the handover latency problem (handover latency is introduced by both Layer 2 and Layer 3 latency) because they act as location and routing-path management protocols rather than a handover management protocol.
The literature notes that these additional activities served by the handover process result in lengthy handovers (Payne et al 2000).
16e is the support for handover (HO) and the multiple access technique OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access).
In notes to its investors and the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, Sorouh said, AoRevenues were driven by the handover of Sun and Sky, construction income from
Revenues were driven by the handover of Sun and Sky, construction income from national housing projects, revenue from subsidiary companies, a significant land transaction and rental income from investment properties," the company said.
In LTE/SAE, the support of handover from the source base station to a target station in the access network provides seamless access to multiple services with negligible latency [3][4].
The Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust yesterday apologised for the delays and moved to reassure patients that "extensive work" is being done to improve the efficiency of ambulance handovers.
Koodli, "Fast handovers for mobile IPv6 (FMIPv6)," IETF, RFC 4068, 2005.
Handovers are less likely to be delayed at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, where the peak for a wait over 30 minutes was in July, 2014 (4.