video terminal


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video terminal

video terminal

A data entry device that uses a keyboard for input and a display screen for output. Although the display screen resembles a TV, it usually does not accept TV/video signals.
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Sagem offers a comparable system in the form of its RVT Tactical Remote Video Terminal, which teams a Panasonic ToughBook CF-19 handheld PC with a C-band receiver covering 4.
This feed could be sent to a ground control station, an Apache helicopter or a dismounted soldier with a bidirectional video terminal.
Therefore, future differentiation as various vendors pursue a strategy of creating low-cost, high-quality products is likely to raise to a new level the vitality of the world video terminal market.
The hardware for implementing video storage and retrieval access control consists of photo ID cards and card printing equipment, a microcomputer with magnetic or optical storage, a two-way communications network, and remote video terminal displays.
The video terminal display of instructions removes the need to look through lists, cards, and other paper media.
To sav space, GE made one video terminal, keyboard and small printer do for both the DEC/Smart gateway computer and the IBM on the machine.
Of 46 persons suffering from facial rashes with a higher level of VDT exposure, 36 had skin problems on the side of the face most commonly turned away from the video terminal.
The AAI UAS One System([R]) Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT) enhanced with bi-directional capability was utilized during several scenarios, demonstrating how dismounted troops can view and control live, full-motion video and receive position information from Army UAS including the Shadow TUAS, Gray Eagle, Hunter and AeroVironment's Raven([R]) and Puma unmanned aircraft.
In the demonstration, the video terminal through the CPE accesses the 5G network, and allows an audience to fluently watch UHD television programs, showing perfect 5G support for IPTV.
Joining forces with QinetiQ in Britain, AAI Corporation has developed a remote video terminal in the form of the Wearable Remote Video Terminal (WRVT).
Aristocrat offers a diverse range of products and services including electronic gaming machines, interactive video terminal systems and casino management systems.
troops at war in Iraq and Afghanistan--the Rover video terminal, mini-drones, bomb-disposal robots, V-hull armored vehicles and iPod translators.