closed-circuit television


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a television system that is not used for broadcasting but is connected by cables to designated monitors (as in a factory or theater)

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Clinton's agreement to testify via closed-circuit television allows him to avoid the humiliating spectacle of being led under subpoena into a federal courthouse to appear personally before the 23-member grand jury that has heard scores of witnesses, from high government officials to uniformed Secret Service officers, over the past seven months.
But with high-tech help, she's still on the job, using a closed-circuit television that magnifies words 45 times so she can read them.
Previously, he was a Vice President of Business Development at Ultrak, a closed-circuit television manufacturer, which is now part of Honeywell International, Inc.
Matsch said he had the wall built to keep jurors from being distracted or intimidated by a closed-circuit television camera that lets victims and survivors of the bombing watch the trial in Oklahoma City.
A manned security center, additional closed-circuit television cameras, motion detectors, fencing and other security measures for the Alameda Corridor will be installed following receipt of a recently awarded federal grant, officials announced Monday.
Arum was convinced this fight was big enough for closed-circuit television, which hadn't been employed on a large scale since Sugar Ray Leonard fought Marvin Hagler in 1987.
The TOC's 13 closed-circuit television cameras will be placed atop the former air traffic control tower and the airport's parking structures.
Sensormatic has taken closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems to a higher level with its Intellex product, supplying retailers with many new benefits.
The Company also manufactures closed-circuit television, metal detection and microwave equipment.
Closed-circuit television cameras and guard towers in new bus and rail yards.
With ESC's extremely accurate Intelligent Camera system, terminal operators can use their closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems to address terminal efficiency at its heart -- the gate -- where the burden and complexity of scheduling, security, and logistics surround the transfer of containers.
The LincPlus(R) installation will comprise numerous advanced driver and functional capabilities for centralized control and monitoring of Door Control, Closed-Circuit Television, Digital Video Recording, Visitor Control and various other security-related systems.
The three-year contract consists of designing, furnishing and installing a PA/CIS system at 156 stations and a closed-circuit television surveillance system (CCTV) with customer help point intercoms at 10 of these stations.
ETC provides specialty security systems integration, serving as a single source for integrating a facility's access-control, closed-circuit television and fire/life safety systems.
The products offer customers a future-proof investment and more flexibility than analog closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems by enabling off-site monitoring, digital recording and storing, higher image quality, and ease of use.