coherent system

coherent system

[kō′hir·ənt ′sis·təm]
(navigation)
A navigation system in which the signal output is obtained by demodulating the received signal after mixing with a local signal having a fixed phase relation to that of the transmitted signal, to permit use of the information carrier by the phase of the received signal.
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We ensure that we have a coherent system in place which includes the education and training of our cohort of offshore medics, having an industry leading online medical records system, support from onshore doctors 24 hours per day and review and audit of all our clinical records.
Views shared by both presenters and delegates have aided us all in understanding the possibilities as well as the challenges we all face in realising a smooth transition between school and the higher education sector." The event kicked off with a plenary session titled 'Building a Coherent System for English Language Education', where Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q) Dr Dudley Reynolds shed a spotlight on significant disjunctions that lead to academic struggle, and how adopting a system perspective of language education can help cushion students' transition to tertiary education.
Dr David Dallimore of the School of Health Sciences will be undertaking research to explore options for a simple and coherent system that would enable all pre-school children in Wales to access high quality, integrated early education and childcare.
A coherent system of opinion polls on imported products has also been established.
Winston Way, CTO for systems at NeoPhotonics, added: 'Ever since the first 100Gb/s optical coherent system deployment in 2010, the data rate per wavelength of a line-side coherent transceiver has been steadily increasing.
We likewise applaud your organization's decades-long commitment to continuously develop a coherent system of assessment and research through instruments and tools for assessing competencies in education.
"There are still thousands of children who are out there right now untethered to their parents and no coherent system to fix that," Rep.
He argued that if the policy constituted an interference with Article 8 -- the right to respect for private life -- it was "justified" by the need to "maintain an administratively coherent system for the recognition of gender", to maintain security and to combat identity theft and fraud, and "to ensure security at national borders".
Save the Children is calling on the Welsh Government to: | Deliver a single, simple and coherent system for high quality early education and care; | Establish sole ministerial responsibility for all aspects of early childhood education and care, including Welsh language provision, and in tackling the attainment gap; and | Ensure equal access to high quality early childhood education and care for all children in Wales with a specific focus on providing additional support to children living in poverty.
Processes work best when they're part of a managed and coherent system. Otherwise, at best you have built an island of sanity in a sea of chaos.