image intensifier


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image intensifier

See image tube.

image intensifier

[′im·ij in′ten·sə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
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According to technology, the market is categorized as image intensifier c-arms and flat panel detector c-arms (FPD c-arms).
Summary: There has been a marked rise in military & defense expenditure by governments worldwide in recent years, which has driven demand for various essential equipment such as the image intensifiers
An image intensifier, a C-Arm machine and an MRI scan are also in place and operational as well as a digital dental x-ray machine, digital ultrasound machine, a digital and a portable x-ray.
More importantly, Aselsan met the required 'not more than 0.85-millimeter diameter of image intensifier tube.' Hence, the award of the contract to Aselsan.
In this case, reduction verified by the image intensifier suggests that this is a reliable method.
Closed reduction with subsequent intramedullary K-wire (CRIF) under image intensifier produce good functional result in long term.
"The image intensifier is almost a perfect technology.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 15, 2013-Exelis awarded contract to provide advanced image intensifier tubes for night vision(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) has been awarded a contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane to supply up to 4500 Generation 3 high performance advanced image intensifier tubes to be used in existing ground and aviation night vision devices for the United States Special Operations Command.
This core module is composed of a high performance image intensifier coupled to a CCD sensor.
This innovative technology allows completely new imaging possibilities for mobile C-arms with image intensifier in vascular surgery.

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