conversion time

conversion time

[kən′vər·zhən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to read in data from one code into another code.
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LSB (dB) 1/3 Convert pulse delay (nom) (ns) HCDL-4-9001 130 HCDL-4-9003 90 HCDL-4-9005 50 Conversion time (ns) 50 (max) Activity pulse width (ns) 270 [+ or -]20 The delay and timing circuitry controls the direct conversion to the A/D converter, and handshaking to the user's system.
If the conversion time took too long, it may mean your burner's nozzle is clogged, the flame is too small or other trouble.
With a limited cadre of pilots and a constrained budget, the Flygvapnet needed a relatively inexpensive aircraft that could perform multiple missions with a minimum of conversion time. The aircraft requires relatively short takeoff and landing distances, an essential requirement for operation at Swedish air bases whose runways frequently stop at 800 m.
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ESR Mean Time of Sputum Conversion in Weeks < 60 4.26 > 60 6.40 Patients with ESR between 11 and 20 had a mean sputum conversion time of 3.5 weeks.
It is just beneficial to improve the sputum-negative conversion, shorten the conversion time, and increase the BMI.
where [k.sub.d] is the decomposition rate constant of the initiator and t refers to conversion time.
This is achieved through improved algorithm that reduces conversion time with up to 20 percent*.
The TMP1942's high-speed ADC has a 1-microsecond conversion time, and the chip's 3-channel, 10-bit precision DAC with output AMP can readily translate high analog data amounts.
Depending on the amount of preparatory work accomplished by a customer, most press manufacturers say conversion time will range from a couple of weeks to a couple of months per press, according to Shank.
It also eliminates conversion time at a later date, as MITINET/marc enables records to be imported and exported to any automated system that accepts MARC data.