Machine used to mark off equal intervals accurately, usually on precision instruments. Georg Friedrich von Reichenbach (1772–1826), a German maker of astronomical instruments, designed an early dividing engine, and Jesse Ramsden (1735–1800), a British pioneer in the design of precision tools, designed dividing engines of great accuracy for both circles and straight lines and produced highly accurate sextants, theodolites (see surveying), and vertical circles for astronomical observatories.
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Power dividers cut losses to 500 mhz: these rugged N-way power dividers/ combiners have been designed to handle the most challenging environments, all the while delivering reliable electrical performance through 500 mhz.(Cover story)
May 03, 2012; [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Power dividers/combiners provide the essential functions of splitting or combining high-frequency...