Definitions for "STROBE"
Loosely refers to an electronic flash, or any light source that emits light in very short bursts.
instrument that provides a flashing light synchronized with the periodic movement of an object; can make moving object appear stationary
Device giving a fast series of very short intense light flashes which can have the effect of making action appear intermittent. Because strobe lighting can trigger an epileptic attack in sufferers, the use of a strobe must be communicated to the audience before the performance begins. Regulations exist governing the maximum length of time for which a strobe can be used.
Strobe is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe. She was created for the villainous team the Mutant Liberation Front (MLF) as the main antithesis for X-Force. She made her debut in New Mutants #86.
Can be used in conjunction with your siren to indicate an alarm condition and help police or neighbors quickly notice your property. This is distinguished from a Fire Alarm Strobe, which is a xenon strobe that it is an ADA-rated fire alarm notification appliance.
Keywords:  blinking, nine, sports, six, successive
a blinking effect
Strobe allows viewing of special effects, sports/action images, and other video images in successive order by selecting the number of picture “samples” desired (six or nine) and varying the time between each successive image displayed.
Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology
Keywords:  jamming, radar, noise, indications
AI radar indications of noise radar jamming.
Keywords:  exploit, scan, attacker, narrow, knows
a narrow scan, only looking for those services the attacker knows how to exploit
A camera clocking signal; used for data acquisition. Sometimes referred to as the pixel clock.
An input that allows parallel data to be entered asynchronously.