discriminator


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to discriminator: frequency discriminator

discriminator

[diskrim′inā′tər]
an electronic device capable of accepting or rejecting a pulse of energy on the basis of the pulse's amplitude. It is used to separate low-energy from high-energy radionuclides.
References in periodicals archive ?
The integration of clinical discriminators with an age-appropriate physiological EWS at triage leads to a multilayered approach with multiple safety nets, resulting in a safer and more robust triage process, which is essential in a resource-constrained health setting such as ours.
Lot 22 NIM module with integral 16-channel discriminator (leading edge discriminator) 2
of to, where the discriminator says: used as dative.
The "phobia" measure was the most important discriminator for programmable thermostat and 35mm camera and was also found in all other discriminant functions.
The chamber and discriminator assembly and the ordnance bag should be used on the M240, M240C and M240E.
It helps them predict performance, and CMMI maturity level ratings are often a prerequisite or discriminator for companies bidding on defense contracts.
The expansion of our self-protection solutions represents a great value for customers and is a market discriminator for L-3," said Ed Gloviak, vice president of Special Programs and Services for L-3 Communications Integrated Systems Group (L-3 IS).
Tenders are invited for Supply of Usb based variable gain spectroscopy amplifier crd with software and manual adjustable discriminator levels for sca .
Instead, you must order the BFA's parts: chamber and discriminator assembly, NSN 1005-01-142-2841; ordinance bag, NSN 8105-01-147-9841; and M1/M1A1 firing adapter, NSN 1005-01-218-0693.
Customers are increasingly identifying CMMI as a requirement for participating in new business contracts and consider CMMI Level 3 rating as a key discriminator.
PlanGraphics' experience with spatial information systems and e-services capabilities provides a critical discriminator among other IT consulting and integration firms.
In addition, our worldwide presence in 44 countries is a discriminator in our ability to fulfill this customer's expanding requirements," said George J.