OQ

(redirected from Optical Quality)
AcronymDefinition
OQOperational Qualification
OQOperator Qualification (personnel qualification in the natural gas and liquid pipeline business)
OQOutcome Questionnaire (psychiatry)
OQOverall Quality (Star Wars Galaxies game)
OQOutput Queuing
OQOptical Quality
OQOfficers Quarters
OQOrienteering Queensland (Queensland, Australia)
OQOrganizing Quotient
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At 28 ounces, it isn't the lightest scope out there, but the weight brings added durability and optical quality with it.
However, as far as we know, it is the first time to estimate optical quality by using parameters which are all objective.
Optical quality was evaluated by mounting all of the scopes side-by-side in a special jig built for me by custom gunmaker D'Arcy Echols.
It is important to have smooth tear film for optical quality, she explained.
True, his telescopes did offer more magnification (mainly 20x to 30x), but when it comes to optical quality, there's no contest.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from Islamic Azad University, the Masjed Soleiman Branch, succeeded in the production of zinc oxide nanowire as a nanostructure with electrode and high optical quality.
This lens can also give the welder optimal viewing clarity and excellent optical quality.
The SWIR optical components can obtain the best optical quality and imaging performance in low-light, moonlight and starlight conditions.
Targeted optical quality is achieved through state-of-the-art extrusion and inspection processes.
The eyewear's frameless design features duo-spherical lenses for, product developers contend optical quality and superior all-around coverage.
Bayer MaterialScience has introduced a new grade of polycarbonate sheet that is said to meet high standards in optical quality.
They also discuss an atlas of elevation topography, the BESSt 2 formula for intraocular lens calculation (IOL), evaluation of corneal optical quality for premium IOLs with the Pentacam HR, other displays, and the use of the Pentacam in a cataract practice.
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