ring time

ring time

[′riŋ ‚tīm]
(electronics)
The length of time in microseconds required for a pulse of energy transmitted into an echo box to die out; a measurement of the performance of the radar.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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IJAZ AHMED believes he's ready for the next step as the Midlands champion prepares to get busy again with ring time.
Maybe I'll get some decent ring time under my belt.
But such is his ambition and focus Docherty is not willing to face journeymen and cruise through rounds to get ring time.
And despite the new promotion making it clear they have no intention of poaching talent, the athletes will be ready to take any advantage that comes their way if it offers them more ring time and better monetary benefits.
Although Fury did not get the stoppage against Andrejevs, who has lost 103 of his 116 fights, he got valuable ring time.
Although Fury did not get the stoppage against an opponent who was now lost 103 of his 116 fights, he got valuable ring time. "I felt him wince a couple of times," said Fury.
But he wants more ring time as he gets the momentum ticking.
Julaidan is calm and methodical -- his 39 years of life experience making up for a lack of professional ring time.
And he insists the brutal ring time sparring with him proved vital as he knew his opponent would have nothing like the Coatbridge legend's punching power in the ring.
Even during this down time Burns can't keep down that burning desire that fuels him through the long, painful camps and gets him into the ring time and time again.
"Katie's five years older and has 10 times the amount of fights and actual ring time, so I wouldn't be too worried," he said.
And reflection is how you learn to develop your strengths, accept your weaknesses and hone the processes that allow you to earn your personal equivalent of a Super Bowl ring time and time again.