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electronic scanning

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′skan·iŋ]
(electronics)
Scanning in which an electron beam, controlled by electric or magnetic fields, is swept over the area under examination, in contrast to mechanical or electromechanical scanning. Also known as electronic raster scanning.

electronic scanning

The process of moving an aerial array electronically instead of mechanically, as in an electronically phased array radar.
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The 200 Series radar features a lightweight, low cost antenna that offers electronic scanning over an angle of 80Â(degree).
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The agreement engaged Precyse Solutions to provide management and staffing for the purge and scan preparation of more than 150,000 inpatient and emergency department records for electronic scanning and storage without disturbing day-to-day hospital operations.
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For one of these projects, CIBER teamed up with the United States Postal Service to integrate and implement a low-cost, portable electronic scanning device for postal employees to use at airports nationwide to monitor air carriers' performance and track mail.
Prior to the implementation of the Palm electronic scanning devices, the paper-based process took weeks to perform and often was prone to errors and incomplete and illegible information.

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