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recovery time

[ri′kəv·ə·rē ‚tīm]
(electronics)
The time required for the control electrode of a gas tube to regain control after anode-current interruption.
The time required for a fired TR (transmit-receive) or pre-TR tube to deionize to such a level that the attenuation of a low-level radio-frequency signal transmitted through the tube is decreased to a specified value.
The time required for a fired ATR (anti-transmit-receive) tube to deionize to such a level that the normalized conductance and susceptance of the tube in its mount are within specified ranges.
The interval required, after a sudden decrease in input signal amplitude to a system or component, to attain a specified percentage (usually 63%) of the ultimate change in amplification or attenuation due to this decrease.
The time required for a radar receiver to recover to half sensitivity after the end of the transmitted pulse, so it can receive a return echo.
(nucleonics)
The minimum time from the start of a counted pulse to the instant a succeeding pulse can attain a specific percentage of the maximum value of the counted pulse in a Geiger counter.
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Recovery time: You can resume most normal activities about a week after surgery.
When the recovery times of the fish were assessed, it was also found out that there was a difference in total recovery times of both not melanistic clownfish and melanistic clownfish (p<0.05).
In one section, the LLDPE/PS melt blends show a rapidly changing morphology for the recovery time of [0 sec, 15 sec].
Thus, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of different passive recovery times on the metabolic behavior and the performance of repeated maximal sprints in the Wingate test.
On the other hand, the above results of acoustic reflex assessment according to diagnosis indicate that patients with borreliosis have a significantly higher number of suprastapedial lesions and longer recovery time, suggesting that etiology significantly influences facial palsy recovery.
Recovery time of individuals showed no difference between the three fish species for the D1(ANOVA: [F.sub.2,27] = 0.27; p = 0.76) and D2 treatments (ANOVA: [F.sub.2,27] = 2.57; p = 0.09).
The study involved asking patients the question "How long does it take for you to recover from a haemodialysis session?" Results showed that recovery time was considerably longer amongst in-centre patients (mean 193 min; standard deviation [SD] 295.37) compared to home dialysis patients (mean 67.3 min; standard deviation [SD] 86.8).
Among a variety of sedative drugs being used for sedation, propofol, a sedative-hypnotic agent, is widely used with its rapid effect, short recovery time, and antiemetic effect.
* Recovery time objective (RTO): How long can you afford to go without access to your data?
And Allardyce says events have proved him right, with the net effect of the fixture change being his team having less recovery time ahead of the away game at Spurs.
"Every player, more than anything, gets affected by the recovery time in these sort of games," Martinez said.
Proof Camera 01 features 10MP images and a .7-second trigger speed, while Cameras 02 (48 Low Glow LEDs) and 03 (60 Blackout LEDs) have 12MP images and a ,4-second recovery time.