alphanumeric display


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alphanumeric display

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Typical alphanumeric display in secondary surveillance radar.
A display in which numerals and alphabets are used to indicate aircraft designation, altitude, beacon code, and other information about the target on a radar display.
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The traditional alphanumeric display provided a direct mapping between the constraints of the focused task (i.e., determine the DRV percentage) and the corresponding display constraints (i.e., the digital value specifying the DRV percentage).
In addition, later this summer AT&T will begin selling its FlashPoint wireless pager with a full alphanumeric display for receiving graphics news and information.
The keypad and front panel alphanumeric display continuously monitor frequency and power and provide fault isolation procedures in the event of an operational discrepancy.
Other features include alphanumeric display, 100 number alpha memory, nine number speed dial memory, calling card memory and an individual call timer.
* An alphanumeric display with input for ID's, SOP's and ISO compliant results
The interactive operator's display uses LED prompting to make operation and programming easy, while the alphanumeric display and keypad simplify field programming.
The menu-driven, alphanumeric display can input and check all parameters on the display in the manual mode or all settings can be chosen automatically by the integrated processor.
The brewer has alphanumeric display and advanced diagnostic service tools accessible from the front panel.
The most visible of the interface components is the operator display module, which is available with a 4 x 20 alphanumeric display. Commonly installed near the operator station, multiple units can be installed anywhere on the machine and they can be custom designed in various sizes and configurations to operate either as passive information displays or as interactive operator control stations.
An alphanumeric display provides information on the name of the operator, the name of the mold or pattern being tested, and the date and time of each test and of the last calibration.
TDDs are special phones that incorporate a standard typewriter key board, alphanumeric display, and an acoustic coupler and/ or standard RJ-11 jack for network connections.
Measured values are indicated on an integral two-line alphanumeric display, and data can also be output to a PC and/or printer for storage and subsequent analysis.