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test card

(test kahrd) a card printed with various letters or symbols, used in testing vision.
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The test card is then imaged under LED-based illumination in a special optical interface.
These test cards are single-use units identified by barcodes, and they contain a biosensor array, calibration solution and fluidics.
The famous BBC test card featuring a girl playing noughts and crosses with a toy clown has made a return to the nation's television screens.
Then the signal propagates through differential traces of the backplane structure (region D) finally approaching the receiver's test card side, where regions E and F indicate the via-connector and test-card traces, respectively.
DO NOT adjust your set - the TV test card is back, but with a thoroughly modern Myleene Klass as its star.
I distinctly remember being off school ill one day when the varsity rugby match came on, stuck in the middle of a dull midwinters' weekday - for supposedly clever people, these Oxbridge types don't know much about maximising marketing potential - and provided a welcome break from the test card - although it was no doubt a relief to have the balloon with a face and the girl with the chalk back later.
The tape had been on for about half an hour, then it switched to a test card shot.
We don't really know exactly what to expect, but I can assure you that the test card isn't being dusted off just yet,' said a BBC Wales spokesperson.
The Cascade PCI Express Core is implemented in Agilent Technologies' E2969A protocol test card, which is the industry's first PCI Express test card for compliance testing.
Perform in-service monitoring of T-1 circuit connections, including 64-kbps channels, with the ULTRA T1 test card.
Other solutions include Eriez' sensitivity test card used to inspect and test the accuracy of manufacturers' metal detectors.
For diet A, they prepared one test card (two windows) per FOBT per stool.