television monitor


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Noun1.television monitor - monitor used in a studio for monitoring the program being broadcasttelevision monitor - monitor used in a studio for monitoring the program being broadcast
monitor - electronic equipment that is used to check the quality or content of electronic transmissions
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Granoff, DO, in conjunction with the Pilling Surgical Company, has developed the Granoff/Dedo Video Laryngoscope, which provides a clear and precise image of the larynx by projecting the surgery onto a television monitor.
PET imaging lasted for one minute while volunteers reclined and read a musical score for the right hand, displayed on a television monitor.
Granoff, DO, in conjunction with the Piling Surgical Company, has developed the Granoff/Dedo Video Laryngoscope, which provides a clear and precise image of the larynx by projecting the surgery onto a television monitor.
Kaufmann paired each clicking metronome with a television monitor displaying views of the gallery space from varying angles.
On a television monitor above the pit, the team watched as the camera revealed "the wooden planks of the ancient craft, covered by a mat and a sprinkling of fallen plaster,' says Farouk El-Baz, director of the Center for Remote Sensing at Boston University.
Finally, on the wall above the beds, he hung the very paintings that had been inserted in the film clip, which ran continuously on a television monitor next to the beds.
A large-screen television monitor on the floor of the convention center provided a new view of the flow of fluid inside the Earth every 30 seconds.
Sprint also offers Video Relay Service (VRS), which uses a similar process but enables the deaf user to communicate in American Sign Language through a video interpreter via a computer or television monitor equipped with a Web camera or videophone instead of typing.
We're comparing slides of cells from a patient's pap smear from one year ago and now,'' Sim said, pointing to the cells displayed on a television monitor.
With an estimated 5,700 visitors Saturdays and Sundays to the Pitchess Detention Center, a pilot project is planned that would allow inmates to speak with visitors via a television monitor and phone line.
Cameras were mounted on the roof and under the rain gutters of the house, sending video of any activity in the front yard and side driveway to a television monitor in the shed.
Of course, he's amazed to discover he'll have to get a television monitor in order to see the videos.

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