retime

retime

(ˌriːˈtaɪm)
vb (tr)
1. to measure again how long (someone) takes to do something or how long (something) lasts
2. to alter the time or timing of (something)
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Delta and joint venture partner, Virgin Atlantic, recently announced they will coordinate schedules and retime their respective Bostonto Heathrow flights to offer customers more convenient and flexible travel options.
The Lest We Forget booklet, which includes first-hand stories and photographs of what retime life was really like, as unveiled to the public last week.
She said: "If he found an audience was slower, he would retime his act.
In 2002, the Road Commission for Oakland County--in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Wayne County, the Road Commission of Macomb County, and the cities of Ferndale, Pontiac, and Royal Oak--began a program to retime traffic signals.
The 2-U rack-mounted unit can retime and reshape the DS-3 signal to provide a clean and stable signal.
Reformat or retime video files to exact standards with the highest accuracy
a pioneer in intelligent medicine, announced today the initiation of the RETIME 2.
Commencing 1 April 2001, America West Airlines will retime eight of its late night flights to/from its hub in Las Vegas to allow more passengers to arrive or depart earlier in the morning or evening.
It will also retime some of the existing services to Moranbah and Bundaberg to better cope with the needs of the market.
It can be configured as either a packet-switched interface or as a 3R (repeat, retime, regenerate) transponder to provide transport-grade 10 GbE transmission for third-party switches or routers across SONET/SDH or Optical Transport Network (OTN) metro or regional backbones.
The LightStack MXA's integrated multiservice/multi-rate support, optical ADM functionality, and "3R" functions (repeat, retime, regenerate) allow TDS Metrocom to roll the service out quickly and cover distances up to 300 kilometers or more.
5 to 20 GHz clock and then use the doubled clock to retime the data.