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bulk charge modulated device

German translation: BCMD

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21:58 Mar 25, 2004
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Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / wheel alignment system for motor vehicles
English term or phrase: bulk charge modulated device
Sensor 29 is an active pixel sensor, such as a CCD, a CID, a photodiode, a double-gate floating surface transistor, a charge modulation device (CMD), a bulk charge modulated device (BCMD), a static induction transistor (SIT), a base-stored image sensor (BASIS), or an infrared (IR) sensor.
heimo
Local time: 21:57
German translation:BCMD
Explanation:
Auch hier würde ich die englische Abkürzung benutzen. Eine kurze Erklärung liefert ref.1
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mrodenstei
Germany
Local time: 21:57
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I ended up using "BCMD (Bulk Charge Modulated Device)"
Thanks!!
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BCMD


Explanation:
Auch hier würde ich die englische Abkürzung benutzen. Eine kurze Erklärung liefert ref.1


    Reference: http://static.highbeam.com/e/electronicdesign/december151997...
mrodenstei
Germany
Local time: 21:57
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I ended up using "BCMD (Bulk Charge Modulated Device)"
Thanks!!
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