service volume

service volume

[′sər·vəs ‚väl·yəm]
(navigation)
That volume in airspace surrounding a VOR, Tacan, or Vortac facility within which a signal of usable strength exists and is free of interchannel and cochannel interference; the advertised service volume is defined as a simple cylinder of airspace, usually smaller than theoretical maximum, and is used in planning areas of air operations.
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Higher vehicle and service volume, currency effects and a more favourable market mix contributed positively to earnings.
Pakistan was ready to tap into one of the largest commercial hubs of the world, ASEAN, which had goods trade volume of around US $ 2.6 trillion, service volume of around US $ 703 billion while it had US $ 136 billion in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) during the past couple of years, he said.
Mark has a plan to help with the county's growing budget deficit concerns, plans to improve the basic operations of the Sheriff's Office, and plans to directly improve the overall coverage of the county by implementing new strategies designed to address the calls for service volume versus the shortage of man power issues directly associated with the archaic scheduling that is now in place at the Sheriff's Office.
and the flood of nearly-new and off-lease used vehicles into these markets are applying significant pressure to our margins, which require that we seek additional used car and service volume to compensate.
To calculate the associations between Medicare payment and service volume for complex and noncomplex cataract surgeries.
According to the company, higher vehicle volume in Europe and higher service volume were partly offset by negative currency rate effects and low capacity utilisation in the production system in Latin America.
TIS-B can also suppress datalink messages based on criteria established for a service volume, say above FL240, or within the Washington, DC Flight Restricted Zone.
This study captures ophthalmologists' response to GB, specifically service volume changes and service substitution between low-revenue and high-revenue services following GB implementation, the subsequent Bureau of NHI policy response, and the policy impact.
Ground equipment sales operating income increased by USD2,471,000 from the prior year comparable quarter as a result of the impact of the delay in shipment into the second quarter, efficiencies in production, and increased parts and service volume as customers experience some early winter weather.
Also, both vehicle and service volume reached record levels, which was offset by the stronger krona and a competitive pricing environment.
Since its original acquisition by G&T in 2002, ELS has more than quadrupled its annual service volume and grown its base of skilled technicians to exceed 800 employees.

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