uncalibrated

uncalibrated

(ʌnˈkælɪˌbreɪtɪd)
adj
(General Engineering) not calibrated
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The VIIRS instrument is the first-ever calibrated satellite radiometer designed to measure nighttime lights--earlier investigations were often based on an uncalibrated sensor on a military satellite.
From shortage of new banknotes to uncalibrated ATMs to people suddenly finding themselves standing for hours in queues, India started feeling the pinch.
When chronic stress repeatedly turns your immune system off and on, it can become uncalibrated, causing it to overreact.
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In response, some researchers have turned to home-built equipment that is uncalibrated, unstable, and lacks support.
2015, Ionospheric effects in uncalibrated phase delay estimation and ambiguity-fixed PPP based on raw observable model.
Uncalibrated images are stored as unsigned integers, whereas calibrated images are stored as signed integers.
Is the spatial deficit in strabismic amblyopia due to loss of cells or an uncalibrated disarray of cells?
Cross-bracing uncalibrated nodes in molecular dating improves congruence of fossil and molecular age estimates.
There is too the impact of the uncalibrated, impulsive, and unpredictable statements made by the President on various issues.
Furthermore, it is critical to rely on empirical data-gathering as opposed to reading gauges and instrumentation, which may be uncalibrated or simply in need of replacement.