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field test

(fēld test)
An evaluation of physical fitness performed outside the laboratory environment that can be easily administered to large numbers of subjects with little or no equipment (e.g., 6-minute walk test, 1.5-mile run test, step test).
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In March this year, Accuver became the first vendor to supply a 5G TF field-testing solution (XCAL-M and XCAP-M) to a Tier-1 service provider that has been actively deploying its mmWave 5G solution in the US market.
The Oak Ridge team is field-testing the lighting system in stores and offices in several cities.
IN OTHER UPM NEWS: the company said its parallel field-testing of forest certification standards indicates that five standards promote economic, social, and environmental forest management.
Over the past several years, the World Bank-sponsored Bangladesh Arsenic Mitigation Water Supply Project (BAMWSP) has conducted a massive field-testing campaign for arsenic of over 5 million wells across the most affected half of the country (BAMWSP 2005).
Based on Parker's recommendation the group purchased several vests and is currently field-testing them at Exercise Cobra Gold 2005 in Thailand.
The company said its aim is to commercialize the system, which will be exhibited June 2 to 5 at the 22nd World Gas Conference in Tokyo, Japan, "by the end of the next fiscal year ending March 2005," following field-testing at the Matsushita Electric research facility in Osaka, Japan.
Today, that research and field-testing has resulted in the Hover-Lure, which is based on lifelike representations of dragonflies in different colors in keeping with the changing seasons.