time gate

time gate

[′tīm ‚gāt]
(electronics)
A circuit that gives an output only during chosen time intervals.
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Day 20 Jurors had earlier heard the conclusion of the evidence of Roger Houldsworth, a CCTV engineer who was in the Sheffield Wednesday club control box at the time Gate C was opened to allow fans into the Leppings Lane end.
Caption: FIGURE 2: LIBS spectra obtained on the basalt sample with a single TEA C[O.sub.2] laser pulse using a non- gated detection and with Nd:YAG laser and time-gated detection (delay: 1.27 [micro]s; integration time gate: 1.1 ms).
To produce the images of the impact-induced delaminations, a time gate was imposed on the A-scan signal, and the peak amplitude within the time gate was used to generate the images.
Yes, indeed, a civilization that possesses modern weapons has entered through a time gate and these foreign people, the Holekhor, are attempting to influence events in England and seize power.
A time gate transports visitors from medieval times to the Stuart period where the life of a wealthy merchant is examined at a time when trade in coal has begun to boom.
At the same time gate receipts, commercial income and cash from television and radio all dropped.
When setting a time gate at a specific location, the Model 8650A Power Meter provides the capability to set the gate using the numerical display when the exact time frame is known or using a graphic display of the burst and gate location when visual feedback is desired."
A time gate can be turned on when the signal of interest is present.
"What we think happened is that Op Resolve mistimed the order from David Duckenfield to after the time Gate C was opened.
24, asking for the time Gate 4 on Rockwell Drive will open.
William Tibbs' girlfriend has vanished from her apartment and the only way to get her back is to travel through the Time Gate to Paris in 1329.
As a matter of logic, if the rest of the fans had turned up at 2.20pm, they wouldn't have been able to get in by the time gate C was opened, would they?" Mr Marshall agreed.