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reflectometer

(rē″flek″tom′ĕt-ĕr) [ reflect + -meter]
An instrument that measures the light reflected by a surface.
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However, Asia-Pacific is expected to show high growth rates in the next five years in global optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) market.
Direction finding with six-port reflectometer array // The 8th COST 260 Management Committee Meeting.
In 1898, Pulfrich altered Abbe's double-prism total reflectometer to make it usable also for solid substances.
Spectroscopic reflectometers are relatively simple instruments and, therefore, are inexpensive.
The acoustic reflectometer was recalibrated at regular intervals.
It appears the crust of Mars is strewn with multiple magnetic anomalies,'' said Jack Connerney, a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center scientist who is co-investigator on Global Surveyor's magnetometer-electron reflectometer experiment.
In addition to hunting for an active field, the mission's magnetometer/electron reflectometer will search for remnants of an extinct field.
The AQ7280 portable optical time-domain reflectometer (OTDR) delivers the combination of measurement automation, user-friendly operation, and reliable performance that enables fast, precise optical-fiber characterization in the field.
Fujikura Europe Ltd, a manufacturer and supplier of fibre optic technology and electronic components, has announced the availability of a new handheld optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) to enable testing and monitoring of FTTH networks.
Among its new testing technologies are line nonlinear junction detection, which indicates if any electronics are attached to a wire; digital demodulation, which can indicate if a digital phone system is passing audio when it shouldn't; frequency domain reflectometer to check for impedance anomalies or taps on a phone line; and an automated switching matrix to automate tests on all pair combinations of wires on telephone line.
The standard was produced using the NIST Spectral Tri-function Automated Reference Reflectometer (STARR) facility.
The CMA4000 Optical Test System is an optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) that allows technicians to check the accuracy of fusion splices and the location of fiber-optic breaks.