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high-frequency

[ˌhaɪˈfriːkwənsɪ] ADJde alta frecuencia
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KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens introduced a new high-frequency screen designed for the industrial sands market.
com)-- The future of high-frequency trading is one of the sessions Mr.
Most important, circuit breakers are of no significance if a large-scale implosion of liquidity results from suspension of trading by high-frequency traders, threatening systemic collapse of the entire equity market.
FEIN is adding two mobile FEIN high-frequency single-station converters, the HFS 17-300 and the HFS 27-300 to its high frequency range.
Since high-frequency ultrasound does not travel through air, a coupling fluid such as deionized water is used to deliver the ultrasound pulse from the transducer lens to the part surface.
Most otolaryngologists do not have a close familiarity with clinical tests such as the head-shake test, the oscillopsia (dynamic visual acuity) test, the high-frequency horizontal head-thrust (Halmagyi) maneuver, and the head-heave translational otolithic maneuver.
A few species of their respective prey can detect high-frequency sonar and have developed a variety of techniques that increase their odds of escape and survival in the ever-escalating arms race of evolution (see sidebar; Biological Arms Race).
s portable high-frequency ultrasound scanner--to explain how this technology works for pressure ulcer prevention and assessment, what equipment is required and who can use it, how much it costs, and what benefits can be expected.
A NIST researcher has completed a study of high-frequency magnetic noise in commercial magneto-resistive recording heads.
Pre-compensation can be turned off when receivers are used that compensate for the high-frequency roll-off of the cable and backplane.
will cooperate on the production of ultra high-frequency (RF) devices.
It is usually one of the first signs of high-frequency hearing loss.