wavemeter


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wavemeter

(ˈweɪvˌmiːtə)
n
(General Physics) an instrument for measuring the frequency or wavelength of radio waves
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The subject of the contract is the delivery of a single-frequency ultra stable auxiliary lasers with small ytterbiove ion drift for hours, including equipment for stabilizing the wavelength of the wavemeter and accurate on-line measurement using a wavemeter.
The phrase "those in the East" referred to NBS personnel who adjusted the WWV transmitter to the correct frequency by using a wavemeter that had been calibrated against the national standard wavemeter.
The initial consumer unit, containing the Wavemeter enabling hardware and software, will be priced between $50 and $100.
Luna Technologies, a division of Luna Innovations Incorporated (NASDAQ:LUNA), announces the PHOENIX[TM] 1200 tunable swept laser module with picometer accuracy and the industry's first integrated wavemeter.
Looking forward, given the increasing levels of interest in, and appreciation of, the unique capabilities of the Wave System, we are now able to focus our resources on introducing the WaveMeter product to the consumer marketplace later this year or in early 1999.
The WaveMeter -- a micro-chip based meter, a backbone tracking network and standardized data formats offers to the industry a solution for data protection, tracking usage, and complete flexible pricing from pay-per-view to bundled subscriptions.
With the integration of Aladdin's software execution control system into the WaveMeter chip, Wave is able to secure digital content against unauthorized access and use.
This license agreement will enable SMSC to incorporate Wave Systems' WaveMeter technology into a variety of SMSC's integrated circuit (IC) products, including input/output (PC I/O) integrated circuits, which are a fundamental component of personal computers.
Importantly, these discussions are broadening to also address unique security functions that can be easily added to the existing WaveMeter design.
In December 1997, Wave entered into an agreement with IBM to collaborate on industry-wide adoption of Wave's WaveMeter technology by systems manufacturers which would enable consumers to access digital content directly from their desktops through a variety of purchase models including rental and pay-per-use.
to find ways to inexpensively incorporate Wave Systems' WaveMeter chip into PC products.
Consumers who have ZakSat PC cards or set-top boxes outfitted with the WaveMeter will be able to subscribe to and receive encrypted and purchasable (or "WaveEnabled") content delivered by DataTrain and make purchases at their convenience.