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tuning

An MRI term for the process of adjusting the transmitter and receiver circuitry on an MR scanner so that it provides optimal signal performance at the Larmor frequency. A properly tuned scanner produce images with higher signal-to-noise ratios and is more diagnostically versatile.

tun·ing

(tūning)
Adjusting the length of the stroke made by an electronically powered dental instrument.
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I'm very excited and can't wait to start using the newly proposed AxCent Tuning System," explained Frampton, who has had experience with AxCent's self-tuning systems for years.
The revision of the Fronimo in 1584 reflects this position, since it comes after his investigations into the ancient modes and tuning systems.
Whether as a compendious interpretation of ancient Greek theory of intonation and intervals, as a signal contribution to contemporary music theory, as an approach to the systematic study of tuning systems (taking its place alongside the twentieth-century classics of Julian Carrillo, Alois Haba, and Partch), or as a stepping-stone from music's past to its possible futures, Divisions of the Tetrachord is an indispensable resource for the serious student of music.
com: provides Windows administrators with information on selecting Windows hardware, managing and tuning systems, and backup and storage, plus troubleshooting tips
As we and our participants are still fine tuning systems, we expect that figure to continue to improve.
For example, in the area of Service Level Assurance, we are recognized in the industry for our capabilities in building and tuning systems facing very high transaction volumes and very large database requirements.
Organizations have spent the last two decades, and a great deal of money, developing and fine tuning systems to manage their business functions.
This helps our channel partners reduce the amount of time they spend configuring and tuning systems so they can deliver more value by tailoring the technology to a customer's specific business.