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CCD

abbr.
1. charge-coupled device
2. Confraternity of Christian Doctrine

CCD

abbreviation for
(Electronics) charge-coupled device

CCD

charge-coupled device: a semiconductor chip with a light-sensitive grid, used for converting images into electrical signals.
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The scope of contract included a complete detail engineering; high-level execution plan and technical support for the CCD circuit extension; full procurement, including tanks, agitators, piping bulk, pumps, structural streel bulks, MCC, control system, electrical and instrumentation; bulk materials handling; main plant equipment; construction and pre-commissioning/commissioning; and advisory on the actual operation for two months.
CCD chief Stephen Meehan said, "We are delighted to continue working with the team at Fitzers and are excited about the innovations they will bring, particularly in light of our Silver Healthy Venue accreditation.
An output circuit design that allows either conventional CCD or EMCCD outputs to be used on a pixel-by-pixel basis within the same image.
CCD provides psychiatric clinical trials in the areas of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and Alzheimer's disease.
In order for the CCD to take administrative action against a suspected trader dealing in counterfeit goods, the CCD requires the relevant brand owner to file an appropriate complaint.
The defining characteristic of CCD is the disappearance of most, if not all, of the adult honey bees in a colony, leaving behind honey and brood but no dead bee bodies.
This monthly rate was determined based on the average monthly cost of a 12-month CCD intervention tested in a RCT known as Improving Mood-Promoting Access to Collaborative Treatment (IMPACT) (Unutzer et al.
In order to decrease the error in the celestial reference frame, the USNO needed to develop an ultra high-resolution CCD.
The non-contact measurement uses two CCD cameras for the determination of the object's image before and after deformation.
Whereas conventional laboratory spectrophotometers utilize diode arrays as the color detector and are limited to analysis of solid or liquid samples at room temperature, Equispec OCS uses CCD (charge-coupled device), or video camera technology, that looks into the melt through a fiber-optic cable.
Se trata de dos versiones bastante avanzadas del Super CCD, tecnologia exclusiva y patentada por Fujifilm "el experto en imagenes", constituyen un dispositivo clave que prepara el terreno hacia una excepcional calidad de imagen captada con una camara digital.
These are also the principles upon which the CCD was founded and few people are more representative of those principles than Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo," said Ricardo Gonzalez, president of the CCD.