reporting time interval


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reporting time interval

1. In surveillance, the time interval between the detection of an event and the receipt of a report by the user.
2. In communications, the time for transmission of data or a report from the originating terminal to the end receiver. See also near real time.
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Enhancements to Tonic's reporting capability include Web access to reports through the Tonic Reporting Portal, the ability to generate performance and trend reports from stand-alone databases, the flexibility to specify reporting time intervals down to the minute and automatic report generation through flexible scheduling.