rate transmitter

rate transmitter

[′rāt tranz‚mid·ər]
(electronics)
A transmitter in a missile being launched, used with a ground receiver to indicate the rate of speed increase.
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The bra comes in white and blue, and the heart rate transmitter is easily transferable between NuMetrex bras.
heart rate transmitter, ProTrainer 5(TM) software and the G3 GPS Sensor.
Our gross profit for the first quarter was impacted by production overruns in building the SatLink High Data Rate transmitter, increased warranty costs associated with the SatLink and increased inventory revaluation costs.
He will focus on expanding Stevens' core water monitoring markets for new easy-to-use and cost-effective data acquisition solutions, including the company's DOT Logger, GOES High Data Rate Transmitter and its Shark RS232/RS485 Serial Adapter with Bluetooth wireless technology.
The Cybex Pro+ offers heart rate monitoring from either the contact grips or hands free from a wireless heart rate transmitter, complimented by a multi-colored heart shaped LED displaying color-coded heart rate feedback.
By combining Multilink's superior products and systems knowledge with IPAG's components development processes, we can offer customers a complete low power, high data rate transmitter and receiver solutions for optimum network performance," said Dr.
Sutron Corporation's multi-year investment in developing, SatLink, their cutting-edge GOES Satellite High Data Rate Transmitter, has paid off with the second large order of the year from the Hydrological Instrumentation Facility division of the USGS.
Options such as quick air-vent valves, power supplies and flow rate transmitters are also available.
Players wear heart rate transmitters during training sessions and their heart rate information is transmitted wirelessly to a base station that can be viewed from the sidelines on a PC.
Optical Components on display at Pirelli's booth will also include the entire range of active fibers for EDFA, Lithium Niobate Modulators for very high bit rate transmitters, high power Gallium Arsenide Pump Lasers, Grating technology for Dispersion Compensation devices and small channel spacing filtering, tunable integrated attenuators.
The microlaser could potentially be used in very high data rate transmitters expected to be required to satisfy the ever-growing demand for bandwidth in worldwide telecommunications markets.