Definition of readout in English:

readout

Syllabification: read·out
Pronunciation: /ˈrēdˌout
 
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noun

  • 1A visual record or display of the output from a computer or scientific instrument.
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    • Thsi car's strength here is the well-spaced instrumentation and information read-outs, the high-position display softly lit to ensure the right button is hit first time, every time.
    • Walking him over to one of the medical beds she set him on it then went to her computer to study the read-outs that the suit picked up from him during the fight.
    • The dash stretches miles in front of you and the digital read-outs are centrally mounted.
  • 1.1The process of transferring or displaying a readout.
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    • This means that four pixels now require only one detection amplifier circuit and four charge read-out transistors (one for each pixel).
    • Thus, in DRAM circuit design, it is crucial for designers to be able to precisely estimate the worst-case noise levels and ensure sufficiently high read-out signal voltages.
    • The diffraction patterns collected during 100 ms long exposures were corrected for dark noise, read-out noise, and the spatial distortion of the detector using software provided by ESRF.

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