Input gap | Article about input gap by The Free Dictionary
input gap[′in‚pu̇t ‚gap]
An interaction gap used to initiate a variation in an electron stream; in a velocity-modulated tube it is in the buncher resonator.
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It is noted that the input reactance of self-complementary structure without feed region has capacitive input reactance due to the large input gap
as shown in Figure 6(c).
Our labour input gap
reflects the percentage rise in labour input required to restore the pre-crisis ratio of total hours worked to the working age population.