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(Electronic News Gathering) The use of camcorders and/or live satellite feeds to transmit video. The term originated when videotape was first used for news reporting in the 1970s rather than film cameras. Subsequently, all news was captured electronically, first analog, and then digital. See also engineer.
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In this article, we report a rare ENG artifact that corresponded with the patient's pulse.
During this examination, rhythmic waves were recorded by the horizontal ENG leads, but no such wave was recorded by the vertical leads (figure 1).
There should be a room dedicated to ENG, and it should be well ventilated and well lighted.
The company is a leader in the Video ENG medical product market, having invented the Video ENG system and brought it to market in 1994.
There is a high degree of potential growth in the Digital ENG market, driven by the broadcasting industry's move from analogue to digital and especially by the introduction of UMTS at 3GHz and satellite mobile phones at 2GHz, that will force governments to make major spectrum re-allocations affecting all ENG users worldwide.
There are several other ENG manufacturers and some are now offering the video feature.