trigger level

trigger level

[′trig·ər ‚lev·əl]
(electronics)
In a transponder, the minimum input to the receiver which is capable of causing a transmitter to emit a reply.
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'If we consider imports from the start of the year up to July 2019 of 2.363 MMT, we have clearly breached this trigger level,' the group said.
(10) Alternatively, in case the required cat bonds are not available (e.g., mismatching trigger level or time to maturity), we derive suitable approximations for the replicating portfolio.
You'll also pick Arm Time, Trigger Source, Trigger Level, Tx Channel (if several shooters are using LabRadar units side by side, Trigger Level and Tx Channel allow you to isolate yours), system date and time, and so forth.
The spokesman said that since the readings recorded in the settlement monitoring checkpoints installed at the rear end of the southbound platform and an overhead line mast at the Tai Wai Station of the MTRCL's East Rail Line had exceeded the pre-set trigger level, the pile foundation works of the Tai Wai Station topside development project were suspended on July 12, 2018.
In an earlier note today we made mention of a potential bullish head and shoulders pattern which was near to the trigger level at $338 at time of writing.
The other facet of that, he said, is the US$80 per barrel "trigger level" for the excise taxes in petroleum products under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act getting scrapped if prices will swell consistently within the prescribed timeframe of three months.
Wiseberg offers a few tips on how to avoid reaching that trigger level:
"Profit taking from the initial sell trigger level at 3,622 almost met the rising channel support at 3,558 in the Dubai index.
After being bombed off the main river throughout February, March and April with masses of water from Kielder and, of course, precipitation, we now have Kielder below the trigger level for releases.
One is the trigger level and the second is the threshold which is largely genetically determined.
That's a much higher "trigger level" than the previous plan, which cuts off water for irrigation only when the lakes are less than 30 percent full - though the authority has been operating under various emergency plans with trigger levels as high as 38 percent.