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A method for testing chips on the printed circuit board by building the chip with additional input and output pins that are used only for test purposes. Full scan methods test all the registers on the chip. Partial scan tests some of them, and boundary scan tests only the input/output cells. JTAG is the IEEE standard for boundary scan. See also scan rate.
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As more and more live scan adopters across the Nation recognize that the ability to capture and transmit the highest image quality possible must be a number one prerequisite for any live scan solution, partnerships such as the one with ID Networks will help Identix ensure that our live scan technology is more readily available to address this need.
According to CBP Assistant Chief Kelly Good, ten-print live scan technology has been deployed to 136 Border Patrol stations across the country, as well as to more than 100 ports of entry.
TAMS) today announced it will demonstrate the Aquilion(TM) 32 multislice computed tomography (CT) system equipped with SUREFluoro(TM) automated scan technology for minimally invasive CT Fluoroscopy (CT Fluoro) procedures at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society of Interventional Radiologists (SIR).
Seattle Systems is the first company to bring 'Flash' technology to the fitting of custom knee orthosis, debuting Digital Flash Scan technology, an easy-to-use knee brace shape acquisition technology for medical professionals.
Digital Flash Scan technology improves upon traditional fitting methods by obtaining ultra accurate digital measurements of the physical features of the lower extremity.
Using Real Scan technology, JAKKS' doll designers worked with Kylie, taking 360-degree scans of her head to achieve close to 100% accuracy.
This state child welfare agency is using Cross Match live scan technology to identify the 45,000 kids under DCF protective services, as well as conducting background checks on employees and caregivers.
Other DHS bureaus, including the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, also use Identix live scan technology at ports of entry and other border enforcement locations.
Our system's ease of use, ruggedness and portability continue to set the defining edge for live scan technology.
Cirrus' new DVD processor represents the industry's first progressive scan technology priced at mass market price points.
The new plasma also features Hitachi's Motion Adaptive Progressive Scan technology, which provides exceptional video quality and an impressive resolution of up to 1,024 x 1,024.