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The Evis Lucera video scope comes with a 90x zoom and a button that allows it to switch from normal to narrow band imaging.
The new cloak's developers assembled the cloak from 10 narrow bands of fiberglass on which they had imprinted thousands of copper loops.
Repeated features include narrow bands bordering shapes and a horizontal rectangle reaching from edge to edge that harks back to Thompson's 1996 "Block" paintings.
Indeed the samples generally fell within a fairly narrow band on the DSR "A" versus DSR alpha plot as shown for SBR 1712 in figure 2.
Spectrophotometers, on the other hand, typically generate 16 to 31 discrete measurements by dividing the visible spectrum--400-700 nanometers (nm)--into narrow bands of 10-20 nm, thus providing more precise color discrimination.
Until December 31, 1994, the company will largely focus its efforts and resources on three primary areas of opportunity which it regards as being the most promising means of achieving improved financial performance in the near-term: (1) cellular voice privacy and secure communications products, (2) fixed cellular communication security, and (3) very narrow band mobile radio.
EST) (OTCQB: ELST), dba ESTeem Wireless Modems, has been granted type acceptance in Canada and by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on their newest licensed narrow band wireless modem; the Model 210C.
The new system supports four different observation techniques - normal light imaging, narrow band imaging, auto fluorescence imaging, and infrared imaging - to display precise images of lesions.