gate time

gate time

i. The time at which an aircraft passes a particular point on the track.
ii. An agreed time at which a flight will enter a new sector of controlled airspace.
iii. For the application of flow-control procedures, the original estimated time of arrival of the aircraft over the metering fix.
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The car park and drop-off opens two hours before the gate time of the concert and vehicles cannot be left overnight.
Hence, the time slot is distinguished to runway time slot and gate time slot.
The Bandits, despite being outsmarted at the gate time after time, were still very much in the match, trailing by just six points 24-18 at the end of the seventh race, but suddenly Edinburgh tore into their opponents and slammed in five 5-1 wins in the remaining eight heats to run out convincing winners 59-33.
Gate to gate time to Sea-Tac is 30 to 35 minutes at a cost of $60 to $74 one way, depending how far in advance the reservation is made, said Reinecker.
Reciprocal counting provides a fixed number of digits of resolution for all frequencies rather than a fixed resolution in Hz for the same gate time.
Analysis of gated Bit-Error-Ratio with display of the absolute number of errors and selectability of gate time.
Variable gate time control for automatic adjustment of 9-band EQ (reverb characteristics for each channel and frequency band displayed on the front panel or a PC though the serial port)
The sampling gate time should be less than a one-half cycle at the highest RF frequency.
The improvements being made to the terminal will provide customers with faster gate times and overall shorter turn times for truckers in and out of the terminal.
Setting amplitude limits on the graph is also easer as is the selection of gate times and smoothing filter for the frequency-domain graphs.
With three scores to count, only four of the 30 teams collected a maximum 450 points and King Henry finished nearly 20 seconds clear on aggregate gate times.