Time Base Corrector (TBC)
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Time Base Corrector (TBC): A TBC synchronizes video signals, allowing the signals to be locked into switcher timing.
Regular Full-Part-Time Employee: An individual who has been hired by an employer to work a predetermined amount of hours per week in a position/appointment of indefinite duration.
Recycling Time: Time it takes a flash unit to recharge between firings.
Relational Database: A method in which data is stored in multiple tables so that the data can be organized by pre-defined relationships.
Relative Time: Type of geologic time (absolute time being the other) that places events in a sequence relative to each other.
Response Time: A determination made by CPS and law enforcement regarding the immediacy of the response needed to a report of child abuse or neglect.
Resource-Based Relative Value Scale (RBRVS): A method used by MCOs of determining provider reimbursement that attempts to take into account, when assigning a weighted value to medical procedures or services, all resources that physicia . . . View Full Definition
Rebase: The process of refitting a denture by replacing the base material.
Real-Time: Normally used to describe combat sequences, the action does not stop to allow you to enter commands. This is the opposite of 'turn-based'.
Radar Altimeter: A radar altimeter is used by an aircraft to determine its height above terrain.