line density

line density

in ultrasonography, the number of scan lines used to generate an image.
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Partly inspired by Arabic calligraphy and arabesques but derived from neither, Fallaha uses Arabic letters to draft unique patterns by exploring design markers like line density, line quality and pattern-making.
The drill line density covering this part of the Davidson Creek Area now stands at 100 metres by 50 metres, which is required before consideration can be given to a resource upgrade higher than an Inferred Category level.
Also, a good tattoo machine guarantees the proper ink and line density, allowing the quality of the tattoo to stand against the test of time.
Fixed line density has remained low, under 30% in nearly all countries of the region.
The north-south extension of assembly line density continued through 2002, the last year of Klier and McMillen's data.
The pen is pressure sensitive, so line density can be varied without wading through program menus as you work.
With line density of 150km of receiver line and 103km of source lines on the surface, we will require all land owners permission as most are farmers with expensive crops planted.
The unmatched T1 line density of Focal's IVAD Voice Extension Feature Set provides more voice and data service on a single circuit for less cost to customers.
Clark went on to add, "this technology eliminates certain line density issues during the photo process.
Private investment conduces to the fast growth of mobile and long-distance call, but causes the stay of fixed line density growth (currently at about 18% in the entire Latin America).
TA401X Sets New Standard for Power Consumption, Line Density in Central Office
Increased Line Density in Central Office ADSL Equipment