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timing

[′tīm·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Adjustment in the relative position of the valves and crankshaft of an automobile engine in order to produce the largest effective output of power.
(ordnance)
Adjustment of a small-arms weapon so that it will perform each function at a predetermined point in the cycle of operation.
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Why time is money - the link between timing, next-generation applications and customer satisfaction and revenue assurance
Quartz Time is a standalone timing plus noise signoff analysis product that shares its timing engine with Blast Fusion QT and its noise engine with Blast Noise.
About Symmetricom's Timing, Test and Measurement Division
These four new option modules significantly enhance the XLi's suite of features and functions to provide a powerful single instrument solution," commented Ron Holm, product marketing manager of Symmetricom's Timing, Test and Measurement Division.
The modular ultra precision Model XLi Time and Frequency System is a versatile and flexible solution for timing and synchronization requirements, and the new options - Frequency Measurement, Time Interval/Event Timing, and Programmable Pulse Output - adds to its versatility.
Sridhar, Cradle Technologies' vice president of hardware development, says: "Time Director has proven to be an effective tool for identifying timing issues during RTL code development.
They illustrate the accuracy of Time Director for RTL timing analysis and Time Planner for RTL floorplanning that gives designers fast timing information on RTL code before it's handed off to the chip implementation flow.
Symmetricom (Nasdaq: SYMM), a leading worldwide supplier of atomic clocks and network synchronization and timing solutions, today announced the introduction of its Domain Time II Audit Server software.