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time slot

Continuously repeating interval of time or a time period in which two devices are able to interconnect.
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The achievable rate per time slot of the user [i, k] over n time slots can be written as
spokesman There are time slots available at 10am, 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm.
We assume that each link needs exactly one time slot to transmit the data and the capacities of all the links are the same.
Each time a vehicle enters a new area, it gets a new time slot (see next paragraph for more details).
Considering the transmission delay of the avionics network and the process delay of the controller, every time slot in the boot subphase has the same number of matched guard time slots and there are also guard time slots at the end of the configuration subphase, which provides sufficient time for policy formulation, network configuration, and M-info packet generation.
The biosensor node which transmits in the input notice time d_notice period will pick up a new slot from the t_data_c contention window span that is utilized preceding every individual transmission and would intent its counter to the time period of the chosen or preferred time slot. If the counter adheres to zero, data transaction will take place in the biosensor node after transmitting a RTS signal.
For any time slot i, the batteries in the BSS can be divided into the following states: (1) available status, in which the battery is fully charged and ready for the swapping service, defined as [N.sub.A](i); (2) charging status, in which the battery is in a charging status, defined as [N.sub.C](i), and the battery will complete charging in time slot i, defined as [N.sub.NA](i) ; and (3) waiting for charging status, in which the battery is replaced in time slot i, defined as [N.sub.WB](i).
In the first scenario, denoted by TDR (Time-Division Repeater), the relay retransmits, during the second time slot, the signal received from the source node during the first time slot by performing AF or DF protocol to the destination node.
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Summary: It's the first time in history that a late-night show will air in the post-Super Bowl time slot