time gate

time gate

[′tīm ‚gāt]
(electronics)
A circuit that gives an output only during chosen time intervals.
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What we think happened is that Op Resolve mistimed the order from David Duckenfield to after the time Gate C was opened.
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.
In addition, it is the first time in Europe that flight trials have fully integrated an element of time control enabling the aircraft to fly an optimal trajectory while meeting an air traffic control time gate, reducing the need for holding or 'path-stretching', therefore helping to reduce CO2 emissions.
20pm, they wouldn't have been able to get in by the time gate C was opened, would they?
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.
But the incident resurfaces each time Gates runs for public office, which he's done four times unsuccessfully.
During this time Gates met and become friends with future Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who was two years older.