lateral recording

lateral recording

[′lad·ə·rəl ri′kȯrd·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
A type of disk recording in which the groove modulation is parallel to the surface of the recording medium so that the cutting stylus moves from side to side during recording.
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Basic system consisting of universal motorized adjustable ceiling mount with radiator unit and at least 80 kW X-ray generator and with wireless flat panel detector;Automatic investigation related positioning of the imaging system by remote control;Fixable mounting for the flexible detector use in lateral recordings on a couch or in bed;Workstation for system operation, control of the examination process, examination of the recorded images, data management, image viewing and image processing capabilities.