signal-to-noise


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Noun1.signal-to-noise - the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensitysignal-to-noise - the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensity
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
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Adoption of Color Noise Reduction (CNR) improves signal-to-noise ratio equal to Toshiba's equivalent products fabricated with 1.
The scientists discovered a feedback effect that LaConte said he had long suspected existed but had found elusive: the subjects who were in control of the needle achieved a better whole-brain signal-to-noise ratio than those who simply watched the needle move.
Key benefits to JDSU's fluorescence filters include: -- Excellent signal-to-noise ratio due to superior layer deposition control -- High spectral precision -- Single substrate hard-dielectric architecture ensuring durability, no epoxy in the light path and parallelism -- Lower cost compared to Ion Beam Sputtering filters due to UCP-1's faster throughput based on deposition rates and cycle times
Concerted efforts to improve the signal-to-noise ratio of the measurements are required.
Siemens reports that directional microphone systems have been shown to improve the signal-to-noise ratio, enhancing the understanding of speech in noisy environments.
This allows designers to maintain key ADC performance characteristics, including spurious-free dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratio, which leads directly to improved system performance.
In spite of the high performance lock-in used as a second-stage signal-amplifier, the signal-to-noise ratio had to be optimized for the output of the photocurrent preamplifiers.

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