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scan rate

The number of times per second an image capture or display device samples its field of vision. See scan line and horizontal scan frequency. See also scan technology.

scan rate

The rate at which individual scans are recorded. The rate is usually indicated in scans per minute.
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Potential cycling was done between -0.1 to -1.2 V at scan rate 100 mV/s.
By increasing the scan rate it is possible to examine the polarization curves in a broader area of current densities.
The size of a propagation packet is 404 bytes, the worm's scan rate is 4,000 scans per a second, and UDP protocol is used for the propagation.
The newest generation of handheld, RF signal strength analyzer features 2.9 GHz bandwidth, 117 db per meter maximum sensitivity, and a scan rate of 125 channels per second.
-117 dB/m max sensitivity and a scan rate of 125 channels/sec.
Horizontal Scan Rate: The speed in kilohertz at which the horizontallines of the projected image are created.
A high scan rate of 1500 RPM assures full surface coverage at normal insertion rates.
It delivers a scan rate of 200 lines per second, or 120 films per hour, and 16 bits of grayscale data.
To meet these goals, the new store has more checkouts to get people out faster; it makes better use of comprehensive inventory management, point-of-sale, and store financial systems; and it has improved data capture at point of purchase from an approximate 25 percent scan rate to a 99 percent scan rate.
Four laser diodes provide a read range of 80 inches and a scan rate of 1,400 per second.
It has SuperBright Diamondtron tube with absolute colour accuracy, a high video scan rate and a new sleek cabinet design, and is available in black or white with silver front bezel.
A horizontal scan rate is the number of lines illuminated on a video screen in one second.