source module

source module

[′sȯrs ‚mäj·ül]
(computer science)
An organized set of statements in any source language recorded in machine-readable form and suitable for input to an assembler or compiler.
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Heraeus Noblelight has released FiberLight L3, a broadband UV LED light source module for analytical measurement instruments combing the benefits of LED technology with broadband UV spectral output.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 09 2018] Some key players in global automotive light source module for spot lamps market are LG Innotek, Xicato Inc., PIAA Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., OSRAM Licht AG, Intel Corporation, Bosch Limited, ROHM Semiconductor.
Biphasic Clock Source Module. The circuit schematic of the biphasic clock source module is shown in Figure 6.
* The ability to operate in ATE systems as a signal source module, simulating different RF systems | for test purposes.
The TDM system is treated as repetition light source module, which was gated by the amplitude modulator of an optical guide wave device (OGW) and a pulse generator.
Besides the leakage design of optical power meter module and light source module also greatly reduced the operation procedures," commented Li Longqing, product manager, fusion splicer systems for FiberStore.
An Open Source Module will also be included, for more advanced users, to allow for wider app deployment across Adam II tablets.
ORBEOS OLED from OSRAM OPTO-Semiconductors is the first commercially available OLED light source module for general lighting applications.
with its advanced technical strength in the development of projector engines using laser scan technology, it will be possible to quickly develop a commercial version of the projector module using the RGB semiconductor laser light source module. As one of its new businesses, Pioneer, utilizing the knowhow nurtured in the development of in-vehicle equipment, is aiming to introduce a commercial in-vehicle HUD using this projector module into the consumer market during 2012.
A new extreme field emission gun (X-FEG) electron source module for the Titan family of scanning transmission electron microscopes (S/TEMs) combines higher brightness-previously available only with more complex cold field emission--with the high, ultra-stable current of thermally assisted field emission.
A high energy infrared source module on the opposite end of the sample path completes the system.