acquisition rate


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acquisition rate

In radiology, the speed with which medical images are recorded, usually expressed in images per second.
See also: rate
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Our study found a high 3-year rate of HPV acquisition rate in women 51 years of age at baseline.
The new Spraytec has an increased data acquisition rate of 10 kHz, allowing extremely accurate analysis of the dynamics of spray atomization and dispersion.
Given that it has taken over nine companies so far during the year, Applea[euro](tm)s acquisition rate has been raised to one transaction every 23 days.
This model has a maximum data acquisition rate of 50 spectra/sec and a resolving power of 8000.
The resulting high acquisition rate allows the oscilloscope to quickly find faults.
These scopes can help find system glitches with 140 million points of memory depth and a 110,000 waveform/s acquisition rate.
These are contained in FPGA cores and allow a waveform signal acquisition rate of 180,000 times a second.
The absorbent article has a Circular Bend Flexibility of less than about 15 N and typically a an acquisition rate on the third gush of less than about 170 seconds and/or on the fourth gush of less than about 190 seconds.
1 to 2000 microns and its exceptionally fast 10 kHz data acquisition rate allows the real-time capture of atomization dynamics.
Features an all-solid-state laser-scanning platform with a reported 8 MHz data acquisition rate, all digital processing, and 8X oversampling.
The survey found one third of European corporates and almost 40 per cent of private equity houses expecting their acquisition rate to increase over the next two years.
When the researchers looked at sex practices, the acquisition rate for HSV-1 was highest among those who had receptive oral sex only, at 9.

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