coupler

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coupler

Any device that joins two objects, e.g., a video endoscope to its light source.
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We studied the acoustic propagation between 200 Hz and 10 kHz in 1.4 mm ID tubes using a 3-port acoustic coupler as shown in Fig.
An acoustic coupler is also built into the ASIST for data output.
AI enables users to query a database: Haven't librarians been doing that since the days of acoustic couplers and dial-up modems?
By 1983 Cassel and Costello were transmitting biofeedback data via acoustic couplers for four modalities between Adelaide South Australia and San Diego.