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DTTDithiothreitol (cytology reagent)
DTTDigital Terrestrial Television
DTTDeloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Deloitte & Touch Global Operations)
DTTDriver Theory Test (Ireland)
DTTDegroote Trucks & Trailers (Belgium)
DTTDouble Taxation Treaty
DTTDiscrete Trial Training (Applied Behavior Analysis)
DTTDiffusion Tensor Tractography (radiology)
DTTDesk Top Theatre
DTTDesk Top Tools
DTTDual Transformer Technology
DTTDirection des Transports Terrestres (French: Department of Land Transport; various locations)
DTTDéveloppement Touristique du Territoire (French: Tourism Development Planning)
DTTDevelopment and Transfer of Technologies (climate change; UN)
DTTDepartment of Teacher Training (various locations)
DTTDigital Terrestrial Transmission
DTTDansk Teologisk Tidsskrift (Danish: Danish Theological Journal)
DTTDry Type Transformer
DTTDemeures, Terre et Tradition (French: Homes, Land and Tradition)
DTTDomestic Technology Transfer
DTTDesktop Theater (Cambridge Soundworks speakers)
DTTDirect Transfer Trip (relaying system)
DTTDirect Tension Tester
DTTDirect Trunked Transport
DTTDistance to Target
DTTD-Link Technology Trend
DTTDamoiseau Tous Terrassements (French construction firm)
DTTDynamic Terabit Testing (Agilent)
DTTDiesel Transmission Technology
DTTDistributive Training Technology
DTTDesk Top Trainer
DTTDesign Thermal Transient
DTTDifference Threshold Test
DTTDiffusion Transfer Technology
DTTDatum Temporal Token
DTTData Transfer Type
DTTDynamic Test Target
DTTDefense Technology Towers (Singapore)
DTTDistribution, Transformation and Trading (Arcelor Corporation)
DTTDevelopmental Technician Team
DTTDoctrine & Tactics Training
DTTDoctrine Training Team
DTTDorsal Trigeminothalamic Tract (brain)
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The popular mil-dot reticle requires you to know the size of the target so you can use the scope's milliradian dots to formulate a range table and then the distance to target.
2]s that accounted for less variance than did those originally obtained using Euclidean distance to target.
The IR600 has a 30:1 distance to target ratio with a temperature range of -25 F to 1100 F.
The distance to target ratio is 1:1, which means that the thermometer should be placed as close to the target as possible, without the need to touch the surface being measured.
Minimum target size is 25mm (about an inch), and the distance to target ratio is 3:1 -- that is, at 75mm, the target size is 25mm.
It should also be noted that the ratio of the target distance to target diameter was 2:1 for the sensors.
This rule tells us to use: Cosine of angle times distance to target to get an effective "gravity distance.
This Infrared Thermometer features a 50:1 distance to target ratio and laser sighting.
head movement times were directly related to the index of difficulty, which is the logarithm of the ratio of target distance to target diameter).
Temperature Range - 18 To 400 Degree C Distance To Spot Size D:S : 8 Isto 1 Response Time: 500 M Second Accuracy Plus Or Minus 2 Percent Typical Distance To Target Spot : - Up To 1.
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