linear scan

linear scan

an ultrasound scan in which the transducer moves at a constant speed along a straight line at right angles to the ultrasound beam.
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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Ksa mos (multi-beam optical sensor) thermalscan systems (mos-ts300-hat; With linear scan up to 300mm, Rt - 1000 c).
Theories of linear scan and cyclic voltammetry have been reported for dimerization by some workers, which have not been exploited as much it should have been [28-31].
Scan-Seal features two scan modes: linear scan (L-Scan) and C-Scan.
A problem that was also addressed is obtaining a linear scan that is a constant problem of scanners (Li, 1995).
Technically, SEVIRI is a combined scan/telescope assembly that weighs 260 kg and incorporates a movable mirror that is positioned in front of its telescope and performs a linear scan of the Earth's surface from north to south.
Here's how it works: The sensor moves in a precise linear scan, and the computer acquires data points at intervals selected by the user.
We describe a global register allocation algorithm, called linear scan, that is not based on graph coloring.
Therefore, a narrow linewidth, medium power single-mode laser with a suitable linear scan range is required.
For such purpose linear scan / cyclic voltammetric method seemed quite a suitable technique for the determination of D(I).
The instrument's software provides spectral scanning capability as well as comprehensive analysis of endpoint, kinetic, linear scan, and area scan measurements.
At the same time theories to deal with chemically coupled electrochemical processes for stationary electrode voltammetry (polarography, linear scan and cyclic-voltammetry) have been worked out and are available in the literature [8-10].
For use with 96- and 384-well plates, the versatile instrument performs endpoint, kinetic, linear scan, and area scan measurements in the 340-750 nm wavelength range.