FOV


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AcronymDefinition
FOVField Of View
FOVField Of Vision
FOVFist of Vengeance (gaming)
FOVFamily Of Vehicles
FOVForward Observer Vehicle
FOVFlight Operations Version
FOVFiber Optic Vehicle
FOVForces of Valor (replicas; various locations)
FOVFindings of Violation (US EPA)
FOVFuture of Voice (International Telecommunication Union)
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If the selected voxel size is minimal, devices with large FOV have reduced image resolution compared with intraoral radiographs or with images recorded on small FOV CBCT devices with inherently small size of voxels [4].
22,23) The effective dose of CBCT is affected by the FOV size, sensitivity of the digital detector, exposure beam type, electric potential power in the x-ray tube, beam geometry and number of rotations around the object to be imaged.
Digital FOV, LLC is a Georgia based start-up that manufacturers Digital Crosshair, a rifle scope clip on that converts a standard scope into a day or IR night vision scope.
Adopting a 4-point start position leads to a lowering of the FOV (by 0.
In addition, it had not been possible to a cover a wide FOV that would enable the monitoring of a complete intersection.
Generally, the anti-aliasing FOV along [xi] or [eta] axis could be expressed as
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PA systems scan the FOV electronically, therefore they could achieve higher imaging rate.
However, this geometry provides a considerable deviation of isoflux radiation in a wide FOV angle range.
Next, we had to transform FOV of each sensor from spherical coordinate system into Cartesian coordinates.
A simpler definition of FOV is the area seen through the vision system.