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en·coder

(en-kōdĕr)
One who uses software to apply ICD-9-CM or CPT/HCPCS codes to medical conditions and procedures.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 12 2019] MRRSE Insights offers a 9-year forecast of the Encoder Market between 2018 and 2027.
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 12 2019] MRRSE Insights offers a 9-year forecast of the Encoder Market between 2018 and 2027.
Release date- 29072019 - Encoders Market worth $2.4 billion by 2024.
The service has used Quicklink's Mobile Encoder's LTE SIM cards for the coverage of live news broadcasting.
If you're looking for an encoder that's easy to plug into a workflow with pre- and post-encode quality control, for example, FFmpeg is not it.
Kit encoders are component-level products, designed to be built into motors or other types of equipment where real-time measurement of rotary position (angular displacement) or rotational speed is required.
"Our new multi-channel BGE9200 encoder will be a useful tool for those who broadcast a number of channels."
11 January 2018 - German motion control feedback solutions company Heidenhain has acquired Austrian specialty encoder firm AMO, the company said.
Historically, encoders disgorge something called Gray or Gillham code, a binary numeric code that, while simple, requires a lot of wiring to move from the encoder to the transponder.
The DFS60S Pro incremental encoder is a Certified Safety Product up to SIL2 (IEC 61508), SILCL2 (EN 62061), PL d (EN ISO 13849), Category 3 (EN ISO 13849).
Mencom, a leading manufacturer of industrial electrical connectors since 1987, offers over-molded 12, 16, 17, & 19 pole M23 encoder connectors with straight or right angle heads.