user-definable

user-definable

;

user-defined

adj
(Computer Science) (of a facility on a computer) that can be defined or varied by the user
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user-definable

[ˌjuːzədɪˈfaɪnəbl] user-defined [ˌjuːzədɪˈfaɪnd] ADJdefinido por el usuario
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AES67 Stream Monitor displays detailed information for as many as 16 user-definable audio streams, each of which can contain multiple audio channels.
With an adjustable throw angle from 0 to 50 degrees of elevation and a range of approximately 30 meters (100 ft.) in calm conditions, the standard configuration includes user-definable 359-degree oscillation, allowing the unit to cover as much as 31,000 sq.
The device offers the option of flexible signal generation to simulate navigation signals with new modulation schemes or user-definable prn sequences and navigation messages.
The software comes with hundreds of free post-processors and additionally a postprocessor generator to create user-definable post-processors.
Features include dynamic pointing and tracking, refraction correction, and user-definable slewing limits.
It includes the supplier's proprietary SoftSpot technology, a user-definable floating soft trigger that can be located at the most comfortable position anywhere on the touch display to activate a choice of functions.
IP Commander is the only MIL-SPEC vehicular terminal capable of achieving streaming IP speeds of up to 384kbps as well as user-definable asymmetric streaming functionality."
In addition to operationalizing ALLL calculations and reporting, Solvas|ALLL+ features a statistical modeling approach, economic data, peer benchmarking and supplemental analytics that provide transparency and user-definable customization for the allowance process.
Features include easy results batching with user-definable names; Bluetooth compatibility for transmitting data; full on-board statistics and graphs; and easy customization.
Features include a typical -152-dBm DANL; [+ or -] 0.1 ppm annual aging rate, which reduces frequency drift; one-button PowerSuite operation (CHR OBW, ACPR, SEM, and spectrogram), which makes power measurements and signal monitoring simple and intuitive; an optional 7-GHz tracking generator with a built-in VSWR bridge, which supports transmission and reflection measurements; a demodulation mode to easily and cost-effectively gain more insight into AM, FM, ASK, and FSK signal analysis; and user-definable soft keys, which provide access to seven of the most frequently used measurement setups.
The new benefits include a higher maximum RAW burst rate, in-camera editing functions, user-definable Auto ISO and support for Canon's latest GPS Receiver, GP-E2.
Additionally, full 12-bit video processing delivers smooth grey scale to the 10bit(D) LCDs, while a built-in 3D LUT with preset or user-definable (via imported 3D LUTs) colour spaces allows for highly accurate colour visualisation in 2D or 3D modes.

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