time hopping

time hopping

[′tīm ‚häp·iŋ]
(communications)
A spread spectrum technique, usually used in combination with other methods, in which the transmitted pulse occurs in a manner determined by a pseudorandom code which places the pulse in one of several possible positions per frame.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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With the mercury expected to hit a high of 24 degrees centigrade and low of 14, participants will have a good time hopping their muscles in the savannah grassland against some the endangered wildlife.
I don't spend too much time hopping from one to the other.
As a delinquent youth, Merle Haggard spent time hopping freight trains up and down the West Coast, and on occasion the rails would lead to Oregon.
KERMIT the Frog has clearly wasted no time hopping into another relationship - a month after splitting from Miss Piggy.
The 26-year-old, who spends his time hopping between his home in Riffa, Khobar and Dubai, said: "The response has been great, overwhelming!
"We spend much of our time hopping back and forth between Los Angeles and London, so when I arrived back in LA a month ago, I decided on the spur of the moment to see if I could put together Mal, Mari | | a bit of a do, with Mari back in London, none the wiser.
I don't care if these If you're not inane creatures spend their time hopping from one bed to another like a bunch of upmarket fleas.
This multiple access scheme is known as time hopping (TH) method [9].
The same person would end the minimum wage, sell off social housing, and spend his time hopping into posh young ladies' beds.
I used that loo three times in less than an hour, each time hopping from one foot to the other in discomfort as the janitor peeled off sheaves of loo roll as if doling out bank notes.
After quitting as national football team manager in April 2007 to take over at relegation-threatened top division Spanish side Celta Vigo (which were relegated despite a good run of results following Stoichkov's appointment), the former football player still affectionately called "the dagger" by fans and the media has had a pretty dull time hopping from job to job.
Shorty truly had lived a full life in his younger years, from his time hopping freight trains to his time spent in the Merchant Marines.