ISSN 0003-0007 Volum e 74 Number 5 May 1993 NOAA TEMP AT 1 hPa NORTHERN HEMISPHERE 150E / 150 W NOAA/NMC/CAC TEMPERATURE 1 hPa 120 W JAN-09-199 2 ANALYSIS VAUD 122 UN 09,1993 j ContinuousTo^Prii^r Quality you can see The Alden 9315CTP Digital Printer is th e newest member of the Alden 9315 family of thermal recorders and radio- facsimile receive terminals. This new printer is designed to plug directly into your computer or image processor and is available with parallel, GPIB or SCSI interfaces with application drivers (and source code) to match your image, graphics and text needs. Producing 2048 pixels per line and 256 grey shades per pixel, the 9315CTP delivers large, 10.1 inch wide needle sharp prints. The 9315CTP is finding new uses in com- puterized weather applications including enhanced satellite imagery and NEXRAD weathe r radar data. It is also embracing new and demanding applications in microscopy, ultrasound and x-ray. The printer is extremely reliable with only one functional moving part, the paper transport. The design is based on Alden's 45 years of graphic experience. Replacing th e paper is probably the only attention your 9315CTP will ever need. The 9315CTP delivers photographic quality for
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1993
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