Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to electro-optics: as, an electro-optic action.

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Examples

  • The Tornados carry Reconnaissance Airborne Pods, known as Raptors, whose electro-optic sensors record film that is downloaded from the aircraft.

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  • Established in 1993, the company provides unmanned aircraft, radar and electro-optic systems.

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  • The total time for all the electronic and optical processes in the path of each photon, including the random generator, the electro-optic modulator, and the detector, is conservatively calculated to be smaller than 100 ns, which is much less than the 1.3 μs required for a light signal between the two stations.

    Bell's Theorem

  • Upstream from each polarizer is an electro-optic modulator, which causes a rotation of the polarization of a traversing photon by an angle proportional to the voltage applied to the modulator.

    Bell's Theorem

  • It is a state of the art electro-optic and infrared sensor, which includes a laser designator, a laser marker and a tactical data link capability.

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  • It is a state of the art electro-optic and infrared sensor, which includes a laser designator, a laser marker and a tactical data link capability.

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  • He had spent the afternoon in Lori's office, desperately examining his failed electro-optic book reader.

    Cyberbooks

  • He had spent the afternoon in Lori's office, desperately examining his failed electro-optic book reader.

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  • Carl slid the electro-optic wafer into his device with the tap of a forefinger.

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  • Carl slid the electro-optic wafer into his device with the tap of a forefinger.

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