channel order

channel order

[′chan·əl ‚ȯrd·ər]
(hydrology)
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Due to the frame based (buffered) sampled signals processing in the channel model implementation (DSK1) the necessary delay of reference signal has to be selected higher then the one derived concerning only the order of FIR type channel order. A methodology to fine tune the delay was explained in [9].
The Yantra Multi Channel Order Management solution from Sterling Commerce, a multi-enterprise collaboration company, has been selected by Debenhams, a UK department store chain.
The order fulfillment system is modular and expandable, which allowed the company's e-tail channel order volume to quickly grow from 2,500 to 3,000 orders per day.
The court while issuing contempt of court notices to former senator Faisal Raza Abidi and private TV channel ordered the police to arrest Abidi and present him before it.
the Group set up an e-commerce center and integrated multiple online channel businesses, developed its own e-commerce platform "Kingworld Health Family" with Hybris System, and the platform was launched successfully, allowing it to carry out unified management of all channel orders.
The frequency-selective fading channels between each node pairs are noted as [h.sub.SD] = [mathematical expression not reproducible] where [L.sub.SD], [L.sub.SR] and [L.sub.RD] are channel orders. We assume the channel remains static over one OFDM block, but varies over different blocks.
History Channel ordered a 20 episodic installment, giving fans double the dose of drama.
They will also make it easier to channel orders abroad from Spain.
As a result of these issues, the company said it would limit channel orders in the second quarter to realign inventory levels, making them more consistent with its revised revenue expectations.
Because of his background he was probably unable even to conceive a socialist alternative; besides, the C.P., designed to channel orders from above, was no instrument for a revolution from below.