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field test

(fēld test)
An evaluation of physical fitness performed outside the laboratory environment that can be easily administered to large numbers of subjects with little or no equipment (e.g., 6-minute walk test, 1.5-mile run test, step test).
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The notification announces proposed field-testing by Cambridge, Mass.
With this latest addition to our family of more than a dozen test modules, the FTB-400 platform becomes the most complete and cost-effective DWDM and next-generation SONET/SDH field-testing solution on the market today.
Up until today, this was impossible using a field-testing instrument, but this latest trial at TELUS signals a new era in fiber-optic testing.
By October of this year, Cummins will have accumulated over six million miles of on-highway vehicle field-testing and 115,000 hours of laboratory tests with the ISX engine alone, and two-three times that amount with its full line of on-highway products.
New product features and enhancements go through a rigorous review by Mentor Graphics quality assurance team before proceeding to field-testing.
Additional field-testing involved the use of the fuel under controlled track conditions.
The completion and successful field-testing of the Fuzzy AC Motor Drive was announced on December 15, 1999.