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ENGEnglish (language)
ENGEngineer
ENGepsilon-negative
ENGExpert Network Group (various locations)
ENGElectroneurographic
ENGElectroneurogram
ENGEndoglin
ENGEmpty-Net Goal (hockey)
ENGEngineering
ENGEngland
ENGElectronic News Gathering
ENGEngine
ENGElectronystagmography
ENGEngraved
ENGElectroneurography
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The rhythmic waves in this case might have represented the arterial pulse at the temple--that is, the ENG may have functioned as impedance plethysmography of the artery.
The increased resistance caused by the blood volume lowered the voltage, which might have appeared on ENG as a downward (i.
A strip-chart recorder is satisfactory, but when it must be replaced, a computerized ENG is much preferable.
The company is an innovator in digital broadcasting and its broad offering includes professional receivers, MPEG encoders, modulators, multiplexers, a range of solutions for transport stream processing, easy to use control and monitoring solutions, as well as market leading digital Satellite News Gathering and digital ENG.
From 1994-1998 Eye Dynamics sold approximately 125 IR/V ENG units, causing revenues to rise from $113,000 in 1993 to $679,000 (estimated, unaudited) in 1998.
The state-of-the-art technology of the Eye Dynamics IR/V ENG is very likely to accelerate replacement demand by present users of now obsolete ENG models.