dynamic focusing

dynamic focusing

[dī¦nam·ik ′fō·kəs·iŋ]
(electronics)
The process of varying the focusing electrode voltage for a color picture tube automatically so the electron-beam spots remain in focus as they sweep over the flat surface of the screen.
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This was made possible not only by revisiting the scanning software but by developing a new dynamic focusing system based on the use of convex piezo mirrors.
To date, he noted, the Kuwait Program published 40 research papers of different aspects of Kuwaiti socioeconomic politics and the wider Gulf dynamic focusing on the seven research themes.
Combining into one unique HIFU device the latest imaging modalities, such as MRI localization and contrast-enhanced ultrasound control, with the ultimate dynamic focusing HIFU technology, Focal.One will offer an optimal focal therapy of prostate cancer while preserving patient quality of life."
Ultrasonic beam dynamic focusing principle (Paramonova et al.
Experiments were performed with the theoretical results discussed, showing that when dynamic focusing method is realized in the ultrasonic non-destructive control instruments, their resolution and measurement precision can increase 2 to 3 times.
The line now includes pulse dynamic focusing (PDF) technology, which increases the sensitivity of AP/MALDI by more than an order of the magnitude.
European Commissioner Michel Barnier has welcomed a draft "retaining a dynamic focusing on reform rather than the status quo", suggesting a positive outcome is to hand.
Keating argues that we are witnessing the emergence of a new political dynamic focusing on a triangular relationship between Europe, the nation state and the region which gives rise to complex patterns of interaction.

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