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expandor

[ik′spand·dər]
(electronics)
The part of a compandor that is used at the receiving end of a circuit to return the compressed signal to its original form; attentuates weak signals and amplifies strong signals.
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ExpandOR is meant to act as a standalone medical-grade streaming appliance certified for patient vicinity use.
Q: What are some of ExpandOR HD Video/Audio Streaming Device's best features?
A: ExpandOR is the only streaming appliance designed to be used in the patient vicinity.
Q: Why is the ExpandOR HD Video/Audio Streaming Device an improvement over past OR communications systems?
Some of the features that differentiate ExpandOR from previous systems include:
From a patient safety perspective, ExpandOR causes no hazard.
Unlike previous devices, ExpandOR has a very user-friendly interface allowing easy access to a variety of parameters.