miniscope

miniscope

, mini-scope, mini scope (min′ē-skōp″)
A miniature endoscope (i.e., one whose external diameter is about 2 mm). It is used inside small ducts or narrow organs (e.g., the common bile duct or the pancreatic ducts).
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The Steiner Miniscope offers bright and clear images in a pocket-sized design.
Rubery-based iCandi Apps, which created the 'Night Sky' stargazing apps, has designed Night Sky MiniScope which will attach to smart devices to deliver 50X optical zoom through lenses and work directly with its apps.
Company director and founder Andy Weekes said: "We're so excited to announce Night Sky MiniScope, our first piece of stargazing hardware that will work directly with the Night Sky apps.
The clear filtrate was measured with a Miniscope MS100 EPR spectrometer, (Magnettech, Berlin, Germany) all under standard conditions.
Examples include Resonance Instruments, which was recently acquired by Oxford Instruments (see IBO 9/30/04) and German company Magnettech, which sell the Model 8400 and the Miniscope MS 100, respectively.
The complete portfolio of ATM analysis solutions includes: an enhanced ATM Analysis application for the DA-30C Internetwork Analyzer; new WG Miniscope ATM analyzer; the new WG UniTest 100 and WG LaneTest 100 conformance test suites; and the ANT-20 Advanced Network Tester Broadband Analyzer/Generator option.
Offering visibility into ATM traffic streams, the WG Miniscope analyzer is a cost-effective, software-based solution that can be deployed to the developer's desktop for instant feedback, potentially reducing time to market.
Miniscope, DTI's Windows 2000 PC-based protocol analyzer product provides decodes for ATM, MPLS and IP (including VoIP) protocols.
The clear filtrate was transferred immediately to a 100-[micro]L glass capillary and measured with a Miniscope MS100 EPR spectrometer (Magnettech, Berlin, Germany) under standard conditions.
Miniscope captures ATM cells or PDUs at the full OC-3 line rate (155 megabytes per sec) and decodes them into higher layer protocols.
Network managers, always striving to keep the network operational will find in Miniscope, a low cost PC-based ATM Analyzer with the familiar Windows 95 user interface, an effective way to monitor and analyze network traffic and isolate problems rapidly.
Miniscope captures ATM cells or PDUs at the full OC-3 line rate (155 megabits per sec) and decodes them into higher layer protocols.