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A '''proximity detector''' was a type of [[sensor]] device in general use in the [[24th century]].
 
A '''proximity detector''' was a type of [[sensor]] device in general use in the [[24th century]].
   
In [[2367]], [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Susanna Leijten]] suggested installing proximity detectors on the surface of [[Tarchannen III]] as an aide in locating several former colleagues from the [[USS Victory (NCC-9754)|USS ''Victory'']]. (''[[TNG]]'' [[episode]]: "[[Identity Crisis (episode)|Identity Crisis]]")
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In [[2367]], [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Susanna Leijten]] suggested installing proximity detectors on the surface of [[Tarchannen III]] as an aide in locating several former colleagues from the {{USS|Victory|NCC-9754}}. ({{e|TNG|{{ed|Identity Crisis}}}})
   
As well as having military applications, proximity detectors were also incorporated into [[anbo-jyutsu]] rings and would detect a players movements. When a player is approaching the edge of a ring the detector would send out an alarm to alert them. (''[[VOY]]'' [[short story]]: "[[Winds of Change]]")
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As well as having military applications, proximity detectors were also incorporated into [[anbo-jyutsu]] rings and would detect a players movements. When a player is approaching the edge of a ring the detector would send out an alarm to alert them. ({{ss|VOY|Winds of Change}})
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:48, May 27, 2020

A proximity detector was a type of sensor device in general use in the 24th century.

In 2367, Lieutenant Commander Susanna Leijten suggested installing proximity detectors on the surface of Tarchannen III as an aide in locating several former colleagues from the USS Victory. (TNG episode: "Identity Crisis")

As well as having military applications, proximity detectors were also incorporated into anbo-jyutsu rings and would detect a players movements. When a player is approaching the edge of a ring the detector would send out an alarm to alert them. (VOY short story: "Winds of Change")

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