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station time

In air transport operations, the time at which crews, passengers, and cargo are to be on board and ready for the flight.
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If the Supplier violates the provisions of the Agreement (on fuel quality and service station time), the Contracting Authority shall pay a fine of EUR 150 (one hundred and fifty) for each violation (including recurring violations).
Departure time represents bus boarding time, metro entry station time, and bike rent time.
When the threat allows services to compromise stealth and reconfigure the F-35, its ordnance capacity and station time are all but a match for the A-10, and well exceed those of the F-16, F/A-18 and AV-8B.
We can also see that there exist some differences between the NEU components of a GPS station time series (i.e.
Through the study in Section 2.1, the passengers' total travel time can be divided into four parts: waiting time of passengers, the transit time, the time trains stop at stations, and transfer time (if existing); the actual situation should also contain a passenger station time, because it is related to actual distance, so it is usually regarded as a constant.
Secondly, the FSO must also know how much station time fixed wing, ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance), or aviation platforms have for movement and engagements.
Communication between elements, dictated by the OPTEMPO and significance of the event, determine how the pilots configure the plane to maintain the longest station time possible or, as necessary, to relocate for better collect on an event (e.g., troops in contact).
Without the support of data providers, an ICA&D system cannot exist, since its website and climate service monitoring tools need the underlying station time series to be able to display information.
Linear Least Squares Method in T M D the Time Domain (Prony classical version [8]; ARMA / ARX/IIR+OE versions [5][9][6]) Least Squares Complex Exponential T M I Method (LSCE) [5][10][7] Ibrahim Time Domain Method T M I ([5] [11]; Single Station Time Domain Method (SISO version) [12][13][14]) Stochastic Subspace T M D identification Methods [15][16][17][18] Linear Least Squares Method in F M D the Frequency Domain (Classical Zobel-Levy [8]; Prony method [5][19]; Rational Fraction Polynomial [5][20]) Basic Methods in the Frequency F S I Domain (Peak Picking Amplitude, Quadrature Response/Max.
This also means I would shorten the station time from eighteen minutes to twelve or fifteen.
The stability of the time scale now allows the station time to be typically kept within [+ or -]0.02 [micro]s (20 ns) of the national time standard in Boulder, and to agree to within 1 x [10.sup.-14] in frequency.
For a typical strike mission, a Super Hornet or Growler with CFT can increase its unrefueled radius by up to 130 nautical miles or increase its station time by more than 30 minutes.