amplitude of convergence

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am·pli·tude of con·ver·gence

the distance between the near point and far point of convergence.

amplitude of convergence

the difference in the power needed to turn the eyes from their far point to their near point of convergence. Also called fusional amplitude, vergence ability.
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The workshop also showcased product demonstrations and expert advisory services from Kanoo IT network team, where Nisha Chauhan and Vikas Gupta demonstrated a wide range of convergence concepts including single number reachability, extension mobility, Cisco mobile for iPhone, video phones and softphone via VPN emphasizing on benefits that drive business innovation and maximize the return on investment.
According to Nortel, the acquisition will enable the company to augment Tasman's selection of network IP routers with Nortel's own range of convergence solutions for data and IP multimedia customers.
While traditional PBX hookups are still Digitel's core business--the company estimates it now has 68 percent of the Honolulu-area PBX market--company executives see future growth coming from a range of convergence products, and the need for skilled tech support for those products.
These include IPTV content strategies and implementation for broadcast channels, video-on-demand, and on-line gaming, in addition to digital home security and a range of convergence applications for fixed and mobile networks.
Proven to increase voice and data usage and call completion, SoloMio's Smart Call Services enables telecommunications operators to deliver a range of convergence, total mobility and call completion services that grow their most valuable consumer and business segments.
A wide range of convergence applications are changing the face of broadcast television today and paving the way for the future of digital, broadband and interactive TV," said Douglas J.
The MultiSync XG Series projectors offer a range of convergence correction tools to manipulate broad corrections to the most precise pinpoint control.
In the circumstances, Ambassador Lodhi urged the co-chairs of the Inter-governmental Negotiations, Kaha Imnadze of Georgia and Lana Nusseibeh of the United Arab Emirates, to help build on and enlarge the range of convergences of the conflicting positions taken by different groups.
In the circumstances, Ambassador Lodhi urged the co-chairs of the Inter-governmental Negotiations -- Kaha Imnadze of Georgia and Lana Nusseibeh of the United Arab Emirates -- to help build on and enlarge the range of convergences of the conflicting positions taken by different groups.