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  1. The cone and rod shaped neurons that cover the retina of the eye. photoreceptors are excited by visible wavelengths, then send signals to the brain where the sensation of color is perceived.

  2. Photon sensor. examples include film and electronic detector elements.

  3. Light sensor.

  4. Light sensor. see also charge coupled device; cone; rod.

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Photoreceptors, английский
    Special cells in the eye’s retina that are responsible for converting light into signals that are sent to the brain. photoreceptors give us our color vision and night vision. there are two types of photoreceptor cells

Electronic, английский
  1. Associates, incorporated фирма «электроник ассо- шиитс инкорпорейтед»

  2. Communications, incorporated фирма «электронике комьюникейшнз инкорпорейтед»

  3. Devices, incorporated фирма «электроник дивайсиз :ин- корпорейтед»

  4. Электронный

  5. [emergency] locator transmitter аварийный радиомаяк

  6. One of the music genres that appears under genre classification in windows media player library. based on id3 standard tagging format for mp3 audio files. id3v1 genre id # 52.

Wavelength, английский
  1. Light is made up of electromagnetic waves; wavelength is the crest (peak)-to-crest distance between two adjacent waves.

  2. Для оптических сетевых устройств длина волны светового потока составляет 850, 1300, 1310 и 1550 нм

  3. The optical term for frequency. fiber optics generally uses the 850 nm, 1300/1310 nm, 1550 nm and 1625 nm wavelengths for transmission purpose due to the marriage of performance with light sources, optical fibers, and optical detector technologies

  4. Distance in the direction of propagation of a periodic wave between two successive points at which the phase is the same. tel 203•377•8282 fax 203•378•2457 e-mail res_sales@oriel.com url www.oriel.com 9-17 polarization lenses optics prisms & filters beam splitters windows, substrates & mirrors properties of optical coatings optical materials

  5. The length of the light wave, usually measured from crest to crest, which determines its color. common units of measurement are the micrometer (micron), the nanometer, and the angstrom unit.

  6. The spatial period of a plane wave

  7. The distance between "waves" in the electromagnetic field, specified as angstroms or nanometers.

  8. The distance an electromagnetic wave travels in the time it takes to oscillate through a complete cycle. wavelengths of light are measured in nanometers (10-9 m) or micrometers (10-6m).

  9. The linear distance occupied by one complete cycle of vibration of an energy form from any given point to the next point characterized by the same phase.

  10. For light waves or sound waves, the distance between two successive points of a periodic wave in the direction of propagation, in which the oscillation has the same phase; the distance the wave travels in one period. for light waves three common units of wavelength are: micrometer, nanometer, and angstrom. wave molding, oundy molding, swelled chamfer, undulating molding, undy

  11. Длина волны wax 1. воск 2. парафин 3. пластичная глина way 1. путь; дорога 2. проход; переход 3. колея 4. направление, сторона 5. амер, расстояние

  12. The physical length between corresponding points of successive cycles of a wave. low frequencies have long wavelengths; high frequencies have short wavelengths.

  13. The distance between the crests of a wave in a radio signal, measured as the speed of light divided by the frequency in- hz.

  14. The distance between one peak of a wave and the next peak

  15. Light is measured by its wavelength (in nanometers) or frequency (in hertz). one wavelength. equals the distance between two successive wave crests.

  16. The distance between two points having the same phase in two consecutive cycles of a periodic wave, along a line in the direction of propagation.

  17. Distance between repeating values of a wave — for example, the distance from one peak to the next peak on a sine wave. wavelength is a fundamental descriptor when discussing wave behavior, system sensitivity, and diffraction effects.

  18. Distance between repeating values of a wave. for example, the distance from one peak to the next peak on a sine wave.

  19. Distance between repeating values of a wave. for example, the distance from one peak to the next peak on a sine wave. wavelength is generally measured in nanometers when considering uv-a radiation (for example, 365 nm). compare frequency.

  20. Distance between repeating units of a wave. for example, the distance from one peak to the next peak.

  21. Distance needed in the propagation direction for a wave to go through a complete cycle.7,21

Primary colors, английский
  1. The dominant regions of the visible spectrum--red, green, and blue--and their opposite colors cyan, magenta, and yellow. see additive primaries. subtractive primaries.

  2. Основные цвета. основные цвета, на которых базируются цветовые модели. в аддитивной rgb-модели с красный, зеленый и синий, а в субтрактивной cmy-модели - голубой, пурпурный и желтый. другой термин color primaries

  3. Three colors wherein no mixture of any two can produce the third. in color television these are the additive primary colors red, blue and green.

  4. The additive colors: red, blue, and green; subtractive colors: yellow, magenta, and cyan.

  5. Аддитивные первичные цвета; основные цвета

  6. Magenta, yellow, and cyan (red, yellow, blue). these are the subtractive primaries used when mixing dyes and paints to make other colors.

  7. Magenta, yellow, and cyan (red, yellow, blue); these are the subtractive primaries used when mixing dyes, paints, etc., to make all other colors. in the cie (commission internationale de l’eclairage) system of color measurement, which is the international system most widely used today, the primary color vectors are red, green, and blue-violet. these are additive primaries based on the perception of color of reflected light by the human eye.

  8. The three colors from which all other colors are derived. in the traditional subtractive color system, the primary colors are yellow, blue, and red. in modern subtractive color system, the primary colors are cyan (process blue), magenta (process red), and yellow. in the additive color system the primary colors are red, green, and blue.

Photoelectric, английский
    Pertaining to the electrical effects of light or other radiation; for example, emissions of electrons.