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Within less than 15 milliseconds--as the signal from Rao's brain was transmitted across campus to the magnetic coil on Stocco's cap--Stocco's right hand moved, hitting the space bar on the keyboard as if he were the one playing the computer game.
The strength of the magnetic field was controlled by changing the electric current strength I in the magnetic coil by means of the power supply device HY3002-2 (8).
The size and shape of the magnetic coil could have played a significant role in producing resting twitches of smaller amplitude than the electrically evoked ones (Madariaga et al., 2007; Olney, 1990).
Belton Technology Group is a leader in Hard Disk Drive carriage assembly manufacturing, and a full turnkey contract manufacturer of precision machined components, precision metal stamping components, plastic injection molded parts, magnetic coil assemblies, flexible printed circuit boards and SMT flip chip assemblies.
* Consists of only a stream of saltwater, a current probe made of magnetic coil, an antenna signal cable, and a plastic tube (if indoors or in an area with extreme wind).
Instead of a spring, it uses a magnetic coil that does double duty.
(3) Magnetic coil. Is also water cooled and has 2000 windings.
Some flies were then trained to associate the magnetic coil with a food reward.
With the patient under topical anesthesia, a contact lens with a magnetic coil is inserted onto the cornea.
We studied how neuromuscular stimulation through a magnetic coil and a sacral anterior root stimulator (SARS) implant (used for bladder emptying) affects pressure and skin blood circulation under the ischial tuberosities (ITs) of participants with spinal cord injury (SCI).
It includes a magnetic coil with an estimated 20W output placed at one inch above the right side of a test subject's forehead, a small flat glass-container inserted between the magnetic coil and the forehead, and an audio system with adjustable power output and frequency spectrum controls connected to the magnetic coil.
The gear is connected to a magnetic coil generator similar to those used in wind-up torches and radios.