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  • n. Plural form of analyzer.

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Examples

  • The oral fluid assays are designed to run on various clinical chemistry automated analyzers, which is intended to allow oral fluid samples to be processed with the same efficiency as current fully automated urine-based drug tests.

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  • Anritsu continues its leadership position in the wireless field test market with the introduction of an innovative new platform for its family of handheld analyzers, which is the de facto industry standard for field test instrumentation.

    The Gadgeteer

  • Anritsu Company continues its leadership position in the wireless field test market with the introduction of an innovative new platform for its family of handheld analyzers, which is the de facto industry standard for field test instrumentation.

    RCR Wireless News >> Spectrum Auction

  • •Experience with development tools for embedded systems such as analyzers, oscilloscopes, traffic generators, JTAG, etc.

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  • Using existing technology, they melded together receivers, spectrum analyzers, antennas, computers, software and databases that enable them to rapidly determine which communications systems in an area are operational and which are not.

    Paul Coburn: Helping First Responders Communicate During Disasters

  • Many ingenious methods are being tried, including palm prints, voice analyzers, and even dogs that are trained to smell fear or anger.

    Make Yourself Unforgettable

  • In February 2010, the police department was alerted by independent contractor Ilmar Paegle that its alcohol breath analyzers were not properly calibrated and were returning inaccurate results.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Feb. 28, 2011

  • To get better health outcomes, we need to unleash epidemiologists (the creative analyzers of data in health care) and quality improvement specialists (the people who can translate experience into better practice) to get better outcomes in health care.

    James R. Knickman: The Moneyball Approach to Health Care

  • February 11th, 2010 at 11: 35 am microexpressions, voice analyzers, eyeball tracking, more comes to market everyday.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Politics of Terror

  • One of those portable, nifty, hand-held medical analyzers the good doctors scanned up and down your body, or that the away team used to take on-planet readings with.

    Neat Inventions…

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