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cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt),
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
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The Spyder4 calibrates a variety of wide-gamut and normal-gamut displays.
5 % discharge coefficient uncertainty but it is not good practice to calibrate one cone meter and apply the results to other similar meters.
BIO International highlights individuals and organizations that are contributing ground-breaking ideas and advancements to the biotechnology industry," said Erin Lenhardt, director of marketing for Calibrate, Inc.
With the Treo smartphone running custom-built applications, technicians use the smartphone connected to the door controller to calibrate door settings with an easy tap of a few buttons on the screen, as opposed to climbing a ladder to tweak initial settings manually.
A major application of this facility is to calibrate measurement standards used in the National Missile Defense (NMD) program.
ProcessMedic, originally designed as a Milacron factory tool to calibrate and test machines, is essentially a process-data collection system.
The Alco-Simulator 2000's state-of-the-art technology allows the user to easily and accurately calibrate evidential blood alcohol breath testing equipment.
0 reduces the time required to accurately calibrate almost any display and produces high-quality images, lifelike colors, more detail, and an overall better viewing experience.
Wavelength references are needed in these regions to calibrate instruments such as optical spectrum analyzers, tunable lasers, and wavelength meters that are used to characterize WDM system components and measure the channel wavelengths.
Taking a section of film roughly 100 mm wide, the micrometer measures the first 30 mm of the strip to calibrate the capacitance gauge, which then measures the rest of the sample.
The TXR checked the radiance scales of blackbody sources used by the sea-surface remote sensing community to calibrate ship-based radiometers that validate satellite measurements of sea-surface temperature.
Since the trial, it has added software enhancements that allow users to easily calibrate their own gauges.