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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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PHOENIX -- InPlay Technologies (NASDAQ: NPLA) today announced that as the only pen input solution with digital stream communication available today, its unique writing pens and LCD digitizers are ideally suited for the new pen input features available in Windows Vista.
Engineers can combine the new digitizer with NI LabVIEW Signal Express software to quickly acquire data, perform measurements, and view and analyze data in Microsoft Excel.
com/reports/c46444) has announced the addition of "World Optical Digitizers and Scanners Markets" to their offering.
Carestream Health's specialized digitizer enables mammography facilities to transition to digital imaging by converting prior film-based diagnostic and screening mammograms into a digital imaging format so they can be viewed in conjunction with digital mammography exams on a diagnostic workstation.
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine a wide cross section of technologies ranging from VXI/PXI modules such as digital I/O, digitizer, signal sources, switches, instrument controllers, measurement products, and other VXI/PXI-based test equipment.
Since then KMSA has led the way in the non-contact 3D digitizer market with the introduction of the VIVID 300, VIVID 900 and VIVID 9i in diverse applications such as the measurement of cultural artifacts and the human body.
Synthetic instrumentation, a subset of virtual instrumentation, combines modular hardware such as upconverters, downconverters, digitizers and high-speed I/O with a software platform to create user-defined test and measurement systems.
Evolved from VIDAR's plus line of digitizers, the Advantage product platform features the company's proprietary high-definition CCD (HD-CCD(R)) technology and ADC(TM) (Automatic Digitizer Calibration), offering several key benefits for customers in a variety of specialty areas.
We are pleased to have been selected as the digitizer of choice by IDX Systems," Beardslee said.
Real- Equivalent- Time Time Sample Sample Digitizer Model Channels Rate Rate Bandwidth Resolution NI 5152 2 2 GS/s 20 GS/s 300 MHz 8 Bits NI 5114 2 250 5 GS/s 125 MHz 8 Bits MS/s NI 5124 2 200 4 GS/s 150 MHz 12 Bits MS/s NI 5122 2 100 2 GS/s 100 MHz 14 Bits MS/s NI 5105 8 60 - 60 MHz 12 Bits MS/s NI 5922 2 500 - 6 MHz 16 to 24 kS/s Bits to 15 (User- MS/s Defined) Table 1.
May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- VIDAR Systems Corporation, the leader in medical film digitizer technology, today announced that Merge eFilm has utilized VIDAR's DiagnosticPRO(TM) plus and SIERRA(TM) plus film digitizers with several customers' Merge eFilm FUSION Server(TM) solution.
This technology is a novel fingertip-mounted haptic sensing digitizer that captures the physical phenomena at the fingertip during a user's tactile activities.