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tr.v. col·li·mat·ed, col·li·mat·ing, col·li·mates
1. To make parallel; line up.
2. To adjust the line of sight of (an optical device).

[New Latin collīmāre, collīmāt-, alteration of Latin collīneāre, to aim : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + līneāre, to make straight (from līnea, line; see line1).]

col′li·ma′tion n.
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Noun1.collimation - the accurate adjustment of the line of sight of a telescope
readjustment, adjustment, registration - the act of adjusting something to match a standard
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LED Fresnels are still fairly new to the market and provide a more collimated light source than the previous LED panels.
Among these, the method using collimated light beam [34]from light source was strong enough to reject ambient light effect while reaching to photodetector; however, it formed only a small detection spot on windshield glass surface resulting in insufficient sensing area and linearity to discriminate raining intensity.
It can be seen that the scattered light increased as temperature rose, while the collimated light decreased.
This paper presents an analytical method that utilizes forward raytracing principle to the development of a procedure for computation of transmission of collimated light rays and randomly emitted (diffuse) light through circular mirror light pipes (CMLP) with and without bends.
(2) Collimated light means that the wavelengths of the light beams are parallel, resulting in little beam divergence over long distances.
Collimated light is the common factor both in this type of lighting and in a telecentric lens.
In the MicroLens pixel-based light extraction process, micro-optical elements are molded directly into a light guide, and are optimized to deliver more collimated light, which increases the efficiency of the optical system.
The collimated light passes through the test object [O.sub.o] (polymeric foil) and enters the objective [O.sub.2], that focuses the light to form an image of the light source.