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Brookdeal -- 9503D-SC
Amplifier

The 9503 series is a family of Precision Lock-in Amplifiers which incorporate circuitry and system innovations which advance the state of the art and enable low level ac signals to be accurately measured - even in extremely noisy environments. Six models are available. These differ in the response modes available and the digital output facility. There are three basic versions; the standard 9503 with the normal (squarewave) response mode, the 9503C, which adds the analogue correlation ...

Philips -- FM 1300
Transceiver

INTRODUCTION Transceiver Types FM 1200 and FM 1300 are digital signalling radios designed for use in trunked mobile networks. The equipment differs from the FM1100 analogue transceiver in that it is fitted with a Digital Signalling version (FFSK) of the Control PWB assembly. Apart from operational differences and descriptions of ancillaries normally found only on FM1200 and FM1300 radios, this Service Supplement provides information on the FFSK Control PWB assembly only. Although all stand ...

Valhalla Scientific Inc. -- 2500EP
Calibrator

Grundig -- GDV 120
DVD player

Acer -- Aspire 5100
Notebook

Platform • AMD TurionTM 64 X2 dual-core TL-50/TL-52/TL-56/TL-60/TL-62 processor or higher with 1MB L2 cache, supporting AMD PowerNow!TM Technology and AMD HyperTransportTM Technology • Mobile AMD SempronTM 3200+/3400+/3500+ or higher with 512KB L2 cache, supporting AMD PowerNow!TM Technology and AMD HyperTransportTM Technology, 64bit OS support • ATI Radeon® Xpress 1100 or Xpress 1200 chipset

Alliance -- C-225
Antenna

The Alliance Tenna-Rotor® consists of two units: the rotor unit, which mounts on the mast below the antenna, and the control box, which is placed on or about the TV receiver. These are interconnected by a four- or five-conductor cable. The theory of operation concerns two separate circuits. The first is the power circuit, which in all Tenna-Rotors® transmits the power that actuates the motor and rotates the antenna. The second is the indicator or signal circuit, which reports the roto ...