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data acquisition

[′dad·ə ‚ak·wə‚zish·ən]
(communications)
The phase of data handling that begins with the sensing of variables and ends with a magnetic recording or other record of raw data; may include a complete radio telemetering link.

data acquisition

data acquisition

(1) The automatic collection of data from sensors and readers in a factory, laboratory, medical or scientific environment.

(2) The gathering of source data for data entry into the computer.
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This example is equipped with eight parallel analogue inputs connected to an embedded Cortex-A8 1 GHz ARM processor for real-time processing and analysis of DAQ measurements.
Although scores on the DAQ have been related to various forms of aggression, such as physical and verbal aggression, and are even linked to gang affiliation (Vasquez, Osman, & Wood, 2012), no data are available about their relation to other types of aggression, including indirect aggression (a common and damaging type of aggression that includes gossiping and social exclusion) (Anguiano-Carrasco & Vigil-Colet, 2011).
Because it combines an off-the-shelf processor module (processor, memory, and all peripheral connections) with specialized DAQ circuitry, the SOM operates as a small, standalone computer that can acquire, analyze, and control data and send data to other devices as needed.
Se observa que en el intervalo de velocidades de barrido comprendido entre 0,005 a 0,2 Vs-1, se va definiendo un pico a -0,2 V, el cual es atribuido a la reduccion del dopaminocromo mientras que el potencial de reduccion de la DAQ ([Ep.
The DAQ board is customized to miniaturize the dimension with satisfying the target specification of the FT sensor, such as measuring range, resolution, and sampling rate.
5 state implementation plan for the Salt Lake City area, the DAQ still needs to come up with an additional 22 tons of reductions to meet federal standards.
Multifunction DAQ devices offer the best value and performance by combining analog inputs, analog outputs, digital inputs/outputs, and counters in a single package.
Currently DAQ has English, Bangla, Tagalog (Filipino), French, Italian, Chinese, Tamil, Bahasa and books in other languages.
The monitoring process approach presented in this paper consists in: a real-time data acquisition process using two real-time DAQ devices and one data logger; a wireless network used for long distance data transmission; three LabVIEW applications used to control data acquisition devices; a network protocol analyzer used for a detailed analysis of the communication protocols and data packets; the management of huge volume sensor data files using a high level software applications; long term sensor monitoring by using graphic software application.
X Series DAQ devices, which include up to 32 analog inputs (AI), four analog outputs (AO), 48 digital I/O lines, and four counters, range from 250 kS/s multiplexed Al to 2 MS/s simultaneous sampling AI.
A line of 24 VDC- operated LVDT position sensors provides a true zero to 10 V output for easy field integration with PLCs, digital indicators, A/D converters, computer-based DAQ systems, and QC data collection systems.
Specifically, the DAQ modules are mounted on so-called "smart pallets," pallets that are sized to handle transmissions and electronic test instrumentation.