handoff

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n handoff (American football) a play in which one player hands the ball to a teammate
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Usage


In news:

MIDLAND — Arlington Bowie gained substantial yardage on every handoff Friday, pounding its way to a 31-14 victory over El Paso Franklin in a Class 5A Division I area round game at Grande Communications Stadium.
Richardson, the third overall pick in this year's draft, appeared to move well while taking handoffs during practice.
Global Container Terminals is also implementing APS MatchMakerTM solution to automatically associate containers to terminal-owned trucks during handoff, and the APS X-ClerkTM exception handling system.
In some ways, my wife and I are jaded veterans of such handoffs.
The second fake , however, was more important: With 5:23 left in regulation, Hekker faked a handoff, rolled left and floated a 19-yard completion to Lance Kendricks to reach the 49ers' 48.
He returned kickoffs over the first seven quarters of the season, until taking a handoff with 10:39 remaining in the 69-13 blowout.
Security Freak-Out : Beijing on Total Lockdown as Power Handoff Nears.
Starkville High School senior quarterback Gabe Myles (5) fakes a handoff to Darius Grayer (25) then takes off against the West Point defense Friday night.
Paul Dukes of CNU spots an opening in the Greensboro defense after receiving a handoff from Marcus Morrast during the first quarter at Pomoco Stadium on Saturday, November 3, 2012.
Handoffs happen over time, grooming leadership and demonstrating abilities.
You may have seen or experienced these three different kinds of farm handoffs.
From 'Immaculate Reception' to ' Hallelujah Handoff.
But it's not supply and demand that's caused the helium shortage, it's a botched public-private handoff of responsibility.
From ' Immaculate Reception' to 'Hallelujah Handoff.
Quarterback Norm Snead faked a handoff and lofted a pass to a streaking Mitchell.
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In science:

Jaeouk Ok Morales., et al. Using Shared Beacon Channel for Fast Handoff in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networks, Vehicular Technology Conference, 2007.
Fast Dual-Radio Cross-Layer Handoffs in Multi-Hop Infrastructure-mode 802.11 Wireless Networks for In-Vehicle Multimedia Infotainment
UMIACS-TR-2002-75, Nov 2002. Ramachandran, K. Rangarajan, S. Lin, J.C., “Make-Before-Break MAC Layer Handoff in 802.11 Wireless Networks”, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Communications, June 2006, pp.
Fast Dual-Radio Cross-Layer Handoffs in Multi-Hop Infrastructure-mode 802.11 Wireless Networks for In-Vehicle Multimedia Infotainment
In CDMA, universal frequency reuse makes it possible to easily perform soft handoff, whereupon a mobile is connected to two or more BS.
TCP over 3G links: Problems and Solutions
However, problems may still occur if soft handoff is not initiated promptly or if power control is not properly configured.
TCP over 3G links: Problems and Solutions
Additionally, there can be a high latency during handoffs and the seamless handover procedure is obstructed.
TCP over 3G links: Problems and Solutions
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