scanning line


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scanning line

n (TV) → Rasterlinie f
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Problem example with phased array being distance d with scanning line: a--having planar surfaces it is not tricky to calculate focus point; b--from algorithmic point of view real transducer can be transformed into transducer having infinite elements with fixed aperture (in this paper it will be called scan line).
Under the uniform scanning, the angle of scanning line between the adjacent two layers changes about 67[degrees].
High-resolution SEM S-5500 with EDS can be used for line scanning of the material surface to analyze the distribution of elements of interest along the scanning line. In this study, the equipment did not scan the surface of sediment particles directly but only one cross section of a sediment particle.
It was established that the best results were produced by scanning line after line.
Taking into account the physical aspects, Figure 4 shows the relationships between the color of the button image in the background (top row), the corresponding analog voltages of the RGB signals on the scanning line of the top row (second row), the emitted signal by the analog voltage variations of the RGB signals in the raster scan (third row), the detected component of the emitted signal in the reception signal (left side in bottom row), and the grayscale bar used in the reconstructed display image (right side in bottom row).
"Manufacturing here will go forward on the (fixed) scanning side, and we will continue to have this location as a pilot facility for new products (in the mobile scanning line)," Datalogic Scanning President and CEO Bill Parnell said Tuesday.
Geola's new geometry, illustrated in figure 2, rotates the laser scanning line so that the zone illuminated by the laser line is parallel to the laser beam falling on the non-exposed photomaterial and master hologram, thus minimising the parasitic noise.
Its invisible infrared scanner means that patients are not as easily distracted by the scanning line as it works its magic, while the scan also penetrates further into structures of the eye, such as the choroid, than ever before.
Assuming that the scan line is [l.sub.i], k = 1, 2, ..., n, the number of measurement points on the scan line is t, where two adjacent scanning lines are [l.sub.k], [l.sub.k+1], 1 [less than or equal to] k < k + 1 [less than or equal to] n.

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