sector display

sector display

[′sek·tər di‚splā]
(electronics)
A display in which only a sector of the total service area of a radar system is shown; usually the sector is selectable.
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The display also caught the eye of the judges as the prison was awarded both a gold medal and the Challenge Trophy, for the best public sector display.
A large number of requests have been filed for investment in (Iran's) mining industries, and the executive plans and projects underway in this sector display the eye-catching participation of private sector," Mehrabian said, addressing an international congress on mining here in Tehran on Monday.
The majority of the 11 companies that comprise the top five players in each sector display a very high degree of specialization in one context or another: Schering Plough, BMS, Astellas, Gilead and Roche are all now renowned for expertise in a specific arena.
Whereas 85% of issuers in the financial sector display a negative bias, the corresponding share in the nonfinancial sector is a more moderate 47%.
Additionally, it will support the integration of required arrival delay absorption into sector displays to enable efficient traffic sequencing and reduced airborne holding.
In Figure 5, the leisure and accommodation sector displays a similar pattern of slowly adjusting wage growth in the initial phase of the recession, stagnating wage growth thereafter (even as the unemployment rate falls), and a large wage growth gap for a similar pre/ postrecession unemployment rate today.
The organiser of the show F&E Aerospace has promised a larger exhibition area and new industry sector displays including the 3D Print pavilion.
The Saudi banking sector displays high and resilient profitability indicators.
Many market watchers are of the opinion that it will take at least another 5 years before the property sector displays any evidence
This sector displays a more consistent cyclical pattern and doesn't always match the phases displayed by the other sectors, although the correlation of the Primary sector growth rate with the growth rates of the other sectors may have increased since the early 1990s (see Figure 4).
Atlantic's recent activity in New York City's seniors housing sector displays the firm's capacity for success where much larger companies have stumbled.