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dot′-ma′trix


adj.
pertaining to the formation of characters and graphics with dots from a matrix, as by some computer printers.
[1960–65]
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A dot matrix counterfeit of the Dutch passport sticker for aliens shows some similarity with the original (Figure 5), but the positive-negative image swap about the zero order is lacking and this unquestionably marks the dot-matrix feature as fake.
Fluke Corporation, the global leader in handheld electronic test and measurement technology, today announced the Fluke 566 and Fluke 568 Thermometers, which feature broad infrared temperature measurement functionality, an on-screen menu system and a dot-matrix display enabling users to take even complex measurements quickly, easily, and from greater distances.
Model 566 and model 568 thermometers feature broad IR temperature measurement functionality, an on-screen menu system and a dot-matrix display.
The springy dot-matrix sneaker residue ranging from blue to yellow to black to orange and pink makes the hut a pointillist composition, and comfortable to sit inside or walk on, too.
Lightjet is the first outcome of this partnership, a dot-matrix coder using sealed-off C02 SLAB laser technology.
involves screen printing a new conductive ink onto a film in a specially designed dot-matrix pattern.
Enhanced infection control is one of the most important features of NexTemp[TM] and Traxlt[TM] dot-matrix thermometers from Medical Indicators, Inc.
95, or a dot-matrix printer for $25, Goodwill can't keep enough of the gear in stock.
A dot-matrix printer can handle perforated forms, allowing you to print invoices and other such documents.
UNTERPREMSTAETTEN, Austria -- austriamicrosystems (SIX: AMS), a leading global designer and manufacturer of high-performance analog ICs, has announced the AS1130, the most advanced and smallest dot-matrix LED driver (channels vs.
At PACK EXPO 2016, the Matrox SureDotOCR vision tool, the first OCR technology specifically designed to overcome the challenges involved with reading dot-matrix text, will be in use as a component of the Mettler-Toledo CIVCore software being shown at the Mettler-Toledo booth (S-1700).