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Laser light beams melt bits into the film to create data.
Laser light beams can read the two layers separately.
The laser light beam is generated from radiation sources so small and safe that it poses no health risks to the patient or medical team.
The fast-moving electrons then pass through a wiggler which produces a bright laser light beam.
Usually, the detector probes are most placed at an angle of 135 to the path of the exiting laser light beam.
One early system employed Bragg diffraction imaging, which is based upon direct interaction between an acoustic-wave field and a laser light beam.
Both laser light beams are focused into the sample and tuned so that they overlap to form a superimposed confocal observation volume.
The new hand-held equipment, on test in Hereford and Worcestershire, uses a laser light beam to pinpoint cars almost half a mile away.
In nonlinear optics, crystals that have nonlinear characteristics are used to mix laser light beams to create heterodynes at optical frequencies.
Data is retrieved by both CDs and DVDs by devices that focus a laser light beam against the reflective layer allowing data to be read.
Fixed wireless technology implements point-to-point links between computers or networks at two distant locations, often using dedicated microwave or modulated laser light beams over line of sight paths.
The Cyclops system consisted of a series of infrared laser light beams projected, at a centimeter above the ground, to a receiver device across the court and then to a computer.
Some Seti scientists argue that, once we know where to send an interstellar email, we might as well just send the contents of the entire internet, streamed down a laser light beam.
Laser Beam Is Split The new method is based on a refinement of the technique called microinterferometry, in which a laser light beam is first split into two parts using a semitransparent mirror and is then recombined.
CD-Rs/DVD-Rs (recordable) are recordable, write-once discs which use photosensitive organic dye just below the reflective layer; the dye undergoes a chemical change when exposed to specific laser light beams, creating bits (marks) containing data.
In theory, such weapons could deliver lethal rays, consisting of laser light beams or streams of subatomic particles, almost instantaneously over vast distances in space, thus offering the best hope of destroying thousands of attacking missiles and warheads in midair.