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12:22 Mar 12, 2008
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English to Polish translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Printing & Publishing
English term or phrase:plateline equipment
Glunz&Jensen is the world’s leading manufacturer and distributor of graphic arts pre-press processing equipment for offset printing plates and plateline equipment, with a market share of approximately...
Explanation:  Referring to FIG. 3, there is illustrated a typical write sequence for a ferroelectric memory cell as in FIG. 1. Initially, the bitline (BL), wordline (WL), and plateline (PL) are all low. The upper row of hysteresis curves illustrates a write "1" and the lower row represents a write "0". Either a "1" or "0" is initially stored in each exemplary memory cell. The write "1" is performed when the bitline BL and wordline WL are high and the plateline PL is low. http://tinyurl.com/254rpo