Definition Of Time Slot By The Free Dictionary

Guided tour at six different time slots are available every day at: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 15:00, 16:00, and 17:00; ticket costs NT$100 per person.

Each BS can obtain the current CSI in time slot 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15.

The airline suspended flights on the two routes due to fleet constraints and unavailability of viable time slots, which hindered its operations at that time.

There are six time slots during open hours which visitors can select when booking tickets on the website, according to the museum.

Visitors will be able to book a time slot to browse the facility, go into some of the cells and interact with the museum exhibits on Saturday, June 16.

The primary idea of this algorithm is scheduling a node in a time slot that is already used by other nodes, by proper selection of the parent and channel for that node.

In this extended version, the RSU will serve time slot reservation requests with higher level of access priority sooner than other requests.

These prior works include (1) synchronizing the time slot ID of the whole network, (2) informing the common nodes of the active control node’s M-info content demand, which is a critical step of the “pull” collection mode, and (3) informing the common nodes of the packet transmission policy during the preparation phase.

“An additional repeat of this episode in a different time slot (Sunday morning) had an average audience of 46,000 and a 10.3% share of children aged six to 12, which is above the slot average.”

The biosensor node which transmits in the input notice time will pick up a new slot from the 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.