A device that superimposes electronic signal information on other electronic signals.
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) Opposite from decoder. Software, which f.i. compresses a video.
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A circuit that combines the primary red, green and blue signals into a composite video signal.
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A digital device used to measure shaft speed, having an output in so many pulses per revolution and usually a marker pulse once per revolution. 1000 pulses/rev would be typical, with two sets of pulses 90 degrees apart together with their inverse.
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feedback device that utilizes an optical source and sensor to provide velocity and position information in the form of a digital signal; not readily adaptable to different environments.
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a device for producing the representation of information according to a given code
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(1) Device for converting an input to a coded output; (2) tone-generating system for broadcasting one or more tone codes on a radio frequency to alert selected pagers and alarms; (3) alarm-system component that transmits coded sensor and subscriber information to a monitoring center to be processed into address and alarm-type information.
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An encoder is a device, circuit, transducer, software program, algorithm or person that converts information from one format or code to another, for the purposes of standardization, speed, secrecy, security or compressions. ==Examples== ===Media=== Software for encoding audio, video, text into standardized formats: ===Job positions=== ===Security=
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