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Mag Track

A magnetic tape on which one can record both images and sound. It is used in film.
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Different magnetic tracks have been measured, in figure 27 the raw data of a 10 second measurement of a magnetic track, consisting out of 5 spirals is shown.
Its 830 nm diode moves on a "frictionless magnetic track" that eliminates lead screw wear and speeds operation.
Each May, 300 kids build their own maglev trains and race them on a magnetic track. The best designs win the regional contest.
For example, Dortmund airport and the prototype Transrapid magnetic track between Hamburg and Berlin are championed by those who see these projects as tools in the fight for employment and economic growth, but are opposed by environmentalists.
A continuous closed loop servo holds the magnetic head on the magnetic track to compensate for disturbances such as temperature variation.
The current developed Thin Type High Precision Angle Sensor consists of a magnetic sensor and a double-track magnetic encoder that magnetizes a double-row magnetic track with different pole numbers to a rubber magnetic material after composite molding it with a ring part.
The board will only float above a special magnetic track, using the technology that powers Japan's Maglev trains.
Benjamin Hosack, Director at Foregenix explains “CreditCall's CardEase Ultra end-to-end solution addresses one of the most commonly overlooked areas, securing sensitive magnetic track data exposed during a swiped transaction.
The trains would float above a magnetic track using the latest Maglev technology, a system which has already been pioneered in Shanghai, and at Birmingham International airport.
The subject of public procurement is the purchase of the complete drive chassis with a magnetic track brake for r.
The system in which carriages float above a magnetic track and are pulled along by an electromagnetic current has been pioneered in Shanghai, China, and is being developed in Japan.
The plans would use the latest Maglev technology, using trains floating above a magnetic track, which has already proved successful on a short route between Shanghai and its international airport.