line pairs

line pairs

a unit of resolution of radiographic screens and films or photographic films; greatest number of line pairs per cm that can be resolved.
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The US-based company has disclosed that the new facility, which will complement its existing bottling plant set up in 2002, will be able to accommodate two production line pairs for water, as well as two line pairs for sparkling drinks and one line for juice, as part of its output expansion strategy in the region by 160m unit cases per year.
Suited for outdoor use, this line pairs outdoor-rated solid surfaces with powder-coated aluminum, maintaining shape and function in any environment.
The Onegin stanza contains seven rhyming line pairs (A, b, C, d, f, E, g), which can be shown to differ in their preference for rich vs.
Barber Foods' stuffed chicken breast line pairs ingredients like a seasoned chef, giving busy consumers restaurant-style recipes without the hassle and cost of dining out.
Gloster's Oyster Reef collection features a teak farmhouse-style table, while the Pepper Marsh line pairs woven synthetic fiber with teak arms and legs.
The new sensor features high-definition image resolution, with more than 20 line pairs per millimeter and 16,384 shades of gray.
Reliable contemporary market prices are given for stamps in all formats ranging from singles, plat blocks, line pairs, and booklet panes, to first day covers, postal stationery, and more.
The multi-line TRL method weights the measurements from multiple line pairs at each frequency so that optimally weighted propagation constant and error boxes are achieved.
Selecting scanning resolution at the value necessary for mapping task, consideration for the inherent resolution of original photos may be appropriate, which shows the relation between photo resolution expressed in line pairs per millimetre (lp/mm) and information content.
1] consists of a cascade of coupled line pairs of varying length and coupling coefficient, and each connected at one end.
The higher the number of line pairs per millimeter, the better the unit's ability to provide a sharp image.