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end instrument

[′end ‚in·strə·mənt]
(electronics)
A pickup used in telemetering to convert a physical quantity to an inductance, resistance, voltage, or other electrical quantity that can be transmitted over wires or by radio.
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reported that SILS cholecystectomy is feasible using standard, straight surgical instruments and that use of the SILS port decreased back end instrument collisions and facilitated better separation between the trocar heads and platform, as compared to using 3 individual ports in a single incision [17].
* Fax over IP (T.38)--for end instrument interoperability
A fictitious example of each of the three types of definition (in abbreviated form) for the term name end instrument is given in Figure 1:
end instrument: A communications device, usually consisting of a transmitter or a receiver - or both - appropriate filters, amplifiers, and input and output facilities (such as a microphone, keyboard, or mouse and monitor) .
end instrument: A device that transmits and/or receives signals, usually into and out of a communications instrument.
When one chooses to view data less than 100 [cm.sup.-1] from the laser line, a high end instrument, the TriVista, can be used.
And newer computerised morphometric studies give excellent results but require high end instruments with high cost exchequer to the eye bank.
From high end instruments to universal testers, Rohde & Schwarz is bringing its entire line of test and measurement equipment for lab, R&D and production needs to productronica 2015.