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  • In addition, even accurate point measurements may not be representative of large-area or regional snow-cover conditions.

    Snow cover in the Arctic

  • Canon’s large-area CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor sensor captures images with exceptional clarity and tonal range, and offers the most pixels in its class.

    RGS wants to go Digital

  • The design could be realized with large-area printing technology to create low-cost, flexible membranes that could imbue robots with a sense of touch similar to that of the human hand, making them much more dextrous than in the past, the researchers said.

    Archive 2003-10-01

  • But large-area e-textiles and embedded-sensor arrays pack their own set of problems.

    E-Fabrics Still Too Stiff to Wear

  • The OPFOR also has large-area radar surveillance satellites in its inventory.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 9 Artillery Support

  • At points and edges, the field strength is considerably higher than in the vicinity of large-area electrodes.

    6. Electrical Field

  • The cook stands on a platform to tend 7 (I) large vessels (each with a capacity of 26 l) above the large-area collector.

    Chapter 8

  • He could use foil instead of large-area heat-dissipating units, because the current would flow so briefly.

    Long Ago, Far Away

  • To date, this is the highest large-area cell efficiency confirmed by NREL for thin-film silicon PV technology.

  • "At this stage, there is no established best material or manufacturing process for creating low-cost, large-area electronics," says Calvin Chan, an electrical engineer at NIST.

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