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digitizer

[′dij·ə‚tīz·ər]
(computer science)
A large drawing table connected to a computer video display and equipped with a penlike or pucklike instrument whose motions are reproduced on the screen. Also known as digitizer tablet.
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Keysight Technologies' Jean-Luc Lehmann, high-speed digitizers product manager, commented on the smaller footprint of the recently introduced two-channel M9217A PXIe 16-bit isolated digitizer compared to the earlier L4532A LXI digitizer.
As part of a digitizer it allows you to isolate the signal of interest then improve the SNR and dynamic range within the bandwidth of the signal of interest by reducing the amount of integrated noise.
VIDAR's Advantage product platform features the company's proprietary high-definition CCD (HD-CCD) technology and ADC (Automatic Digitizer Calibration), offering several key benefits for customers in a variety of specialty areas.
The PXI-5922 flexible resolution digitizer redefines how the hardware for virtual instrumentation is built by providing a device that spans many different applications.
Where InSpeck's designers really earned their pay is designing a system capable of acquiring 180[degrees] 3D models with a single digitizer.
In 1997, it introduced the award-winning Minolta VIVID 700 3-D Digitizer, the first, and still the world's only, totally self-contained, portable surface and color 3-D scanner capable of fully autonomous operation.
According to Faro marketing director Dan Buckles, some molders are using the digitizer to check for wear or any dimensional changes to molds and cavities.
Perhaps all you really need to know is that a digitizer allows you to use a video camera with your computer.
This research service provides a detailed analysis of the global optical digitizer and scanner market.
The average capabilities, together with the recently announced peak detection and digitizer real-time functions, provide Agilent customers with a complete and flexible toolbox to achieve the best analysis possible for their applications' requirements.
The NI PXIe-5186 digitizer employs Tektronix, Enabling Technology to achieve up to 5 GHz bandwidth and 12.
According to UCLA, "The one-tera-sample/sec single-shot digitizer captures lightning-quick waveforms 50 times taster than the best commercially available digitizer.