The typical approach used up to now has been to observe the output signal of the transmitter and compensate for
signal distortions there in order to have the transmitter provide the highest quality signal possible.
Hybrid IS also employs a newly developed algorithm that combines the output of the two sensors and moves the lens elements to compensate for
both types of movement.
Type T, or thermostatic mixing valves, compensate for
both fluctuations in temperature and pressure (though to a lesser degree than Type P valves for pressure).
Experienced pilots unconsciously feel the natural/predictable modes of an aircraft and successfully compensate for
poor handling qualities.
If the casting volume is small, the other gating components may provide adequate feed metal to compensate for
Signals and clocks will double in speed to 160-MHz; the higher speed will lead to a much higher roll-off in the cables and backplanes (the receiver is the best place to compensate for
Alterations of brain activity in sleepy people may reflect the use of new cortical areas to compensate for
neural losses elsewhere, Dinges says.
The jaws of this retractable jaw chuck extend and retract to enable the turning of shafts in a single operation and also compensate for
Later, as part of the Strategic Defense Initiative, popularly known as the Star Wars program, the military studied adaptive optics as a way to compensate for
atmospheric distortions when focusing a ground-based laser weapon on an incoming missile.
The union] paid damages to compensate for
its unfair and arbitrary treatment of Banks[,] conduct that [was] found to be in bad faith and in violation of the [u]nion's duty to fairly represent Banks.
The exciting part was that it only took a few days for the chicks' eyes to compensate for
the blur created by the lenses," says Wallman.
Where the taxpayer has the right to receive insurance proceeds that would compensate for
the loss, the loss suffered by the taxpayer is not damage to property caused by the casualty.