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digital counter

[′dij·əd·əl ′kau̇nt·ər]
(electronics)
A discrete-state device (one with only a finite number of output conditions) that responds by advancing to its next output condition.
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The first was that Politica Stereo served as a digital counter public sphere, an online space where citizens expressed themselves.
wooden dynamite box, contains a veritable potpourri of working components, from a DVD player and screen to strobe lights, a World War II vintage telephone magneto and telephone dial, a Jacob's ladder (two not quite parallel vertical metal rods between which a high-voltage spark can be made to arc), various LEDs, a mechanical digital counter, an old analog volt meter and ammeter, and, just in case, a brandy dispenser.
Grenades, pistols, assault rifles, swords and ninja stars are unleashed in a frenzied flurry of shootouts and photogenic freefalls, with a helpful digital counter keeping track of the death count as it soars past the 300-mark.
Don't worry if you forget to count as most jump ropes have a digital counter and some also have calorie counters.
The first day of the festival included performances by Wael Alaa with vocalist Aya Mustafa and DJ Haze accompanied with bands BIKYA and Digital Counter.
When I was last in New Delhi, a huge digital counter was clicking away every second.
The easy-to-use SA100 digital counter from BEI Industrial Encoders features:
Days Ago is a digital counter that automatically keeps a precise record of how long--in days and hours--a food has been stored.
A digital counter on the wall told the attendant when the supply of covers was running out.
The on-screen digital counter is there to make us sweat, but it just looks like 24 on a budget - we couldn't afford the full 24 hours, so here's just one.
A digital counter ensures the exact repeatability of the setting.
I re-set the digital counter to zero and began to walk.

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