time delay


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time delay

[′tīm di‚lā]
(physics)
The time required for a signal to travel between two points in a circuit or for a wave to travel between two points in space.
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One of the first discoveries was that it was critical not to rely on the use of a term for the practice time delay but instead to define the essential features of the practice.
A second way to make progressive time delay procedures more practical would be to have a predetermined response independent schedule for advancing when the controlling prompt is delivered (e.
If the rise time is RT, in nsec, and the time delay is TD, in nsec, then the condition for the transmission line being so short that the reflections will smear out is TD < 20% x RT.
The most conspicuous time delay in head-coupled virtual reality (VR) is the delay between a participant's head motion and the corresponding response of the virtual scene.
The step response of the width against the distance change could be approximated by a second-order system with time delay and small steady state gain.
When controlled quantities of explosive are separated from each other and fired on different time delays, the magnitude of ground vibration is reduced.
The basic time delay architecture in Figure 1 can be expanded to produce several time-delayed scan angles.
To change the time delay, the position of the optical beam is moved, with respect to the transducer, thus changing the distance d and the associated time delay.
Physically compact and easy to install, Neo TS Time Delay is ideal for use in countries or federations with multiple time zones," says PlayBox Technology President Don Ash.
Tenders are invited for Relay Fail Safe Electronic Time Delay Device Work On 24V, Dc Mounted On Q Series Relay Base And Covered With Fixed Time Delay Of 120 Seconds Confirming To Irs:S:61/2000 With Amdt.
Constant time delay is an effective, easy-to-implement procedure to teach sight words to children with disabilities (Browder, Ahlgrim-Delzell, Spooner, Mims, & Baker, 2009).

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