microwire


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microwire

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌwaɪə)
n
a very fine wire
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The right renal artery showed an ostial narrowing, which was crossed using the 0.014 microwire followed by angioplasty and stenting.
Further, on the basis of product offerings, the concerned market for EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable read only memory) Chips is divided into: I2C Compatible, SPI Compatible, Microwire Compatible The market segmentation based on application include Automotive, Medical, Industrial, which have constantly steered the demand for EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable read only memory) Chips.
The 3-wire serial interface directly connects to SPI, QSPI, and MICROWIRE devices without external logic.
Through this, a microcatheter is navigated under fluoroscopic guidance distal to the clot over a microwire. The microwire is removed and a run is done through the microcatheter to confirm position past the clot, filling the distal occluded territory.
The artery or arteries supplying the tumor were selected using a microcatheter and microwire combination (2.8F Progreat[R], Terumo).
For communications, the AD5767 features a versatile four-wire serial interface that operates at a clock rate of up to 50 MHz for write mode and is compatible with a serial peripheral interface (SPI), QSPI, MICROWIRE, and DSP interface standards.
The Rosen wire was then removed and replaced with a microwire (Transcend, Stryker, Natick, MA).
The EM method is typically applied in the form of a microwire and fabricates security papers by installing a tag on each sheet of the document.
Data were collected using 8- or 16-channel nickel-chromium microwire arrays (Hong Kong Plexon Inc., Hong Kong, China), which were chronically implanted in the left NCL area (a 5.5 mm; L 7.5 mm; D 2.5~4.5 mm), according to the atlas provided by Karten and Hodos [28].
Ltd., Shenzhen), and an array of eight nickel chromium alloy wire PEG 2000-insulated microwires (14 [micro]m in diameter, arranged in a 4 x 2 configuration, 250 [micro]m spacing between each microwire, STABLOHM 675, California Fine Wire Company, USA) was slowly lowered into the right VPL (-3.0 mm AP, -3.0 mm ML, and -6.0 mm DV) according to the rat atlas of Paxinos and Watson [31].
Offspring from these females were raised to approximately 20 mm in carapace width and implanted with coded microwire tags for use in experimental field tests of enhancement (Davis et al.
Chow, "Microsensor on single ZnO microwire," in Proceedings of the 2009 International Semiconductor Conference, CAS 2009, pp.