infrared receiver


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infrared receiver

[¦in·frə¦red ri′sē·vər]
(electronics)
A device that intercepts or demodulates infrared radiation that may carry intelligence. Also known as nancy receiver.
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It introduces a complex building platform, incorporating beams, gears, connecting and interlinking sections, alongside the new Power Functions System elements: XL motors, infrared receivers and controllers with CD Rom model guide.
Ignoring the needs of your Avenger's laser range finder and forward looking infrared receiver (FLIR) or just being plain careless with their delicate optics will kill accuracy and cost your unit big bucks.
With a single keystroke, any program from the laptop can be uploaded to any desktop computer (IBM PC or Macintosh) through an infrared receiver without connecting any cables.
The PSoC in the receiver operates the same controls, as well as an infrared receiver and six CapSense buttons for playback controls.
Designed to make controlling multi-media devices simple, the universal UnityRemote from GEAR4 enables users to control everything from TVs to Hi-Fis, Blu-Ray players to digital TV boxes - anything that has an infrared receiver - using one single device.
The IC supports a variety of system interfaces including an infrared receiver, flash memory, and a highly optimized DDR SDRAM interface.
The 4" Touch Panel delivers enhanced control capabilities in a minimum amount of space, boasting numerous features such as a microphone, speakers, infrared receiver, programmable buttons, and now, water-resistant bezels.
The color touch screen provides control of any home entertainment device with an infrared receiver, including digital video recorders, high-definition televisions and many household appliances.
All these capabilities are delivered via a simple infrared receiver that sits above the TV and links to a wireless keyboard.
3]s high-end universal remotes, the Harmony 1000 remote controls any device with an infrared receiver Co including VCRs, digital video recorders, high-definition televisions, and many household appliances.
Other MDR-DS5000 features include separate controls for both balance and volume; an automatic power switch to conserve battery life; and front and rear infrared receiver diodes for optimum reception without leaving the sonic "sweet spot.
NYSE: VSH) announced today it has filed, through its affiliated company Vishay Semiconductor GmbH, a patent infringement lawsuit against firms and individuals selling appliances manufactured in China for use of infrared receiver module technology.