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dynamic range

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(Electronics) the range of signal amplitudes over which an electronic communications channel can operate within acceptable limits of distortion. The range is determined by system noise at the lower end and by the onset of overload at the upper end
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Boasting a Hyper-Wide Dynamic Range (HWDR) of 114 dB/Hz 2/3, the link is designed for the demanding applications associated with HTS and defense.
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123dB simultaneous-capture wide dynamic range (100x wider than that of common silicon image sensors*3), while maintaining conventional chip size, due to our original simultaneous-capture structure.
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Little is gained in dynamic range by increasing choir size beyond about 60 singers.
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The dynamic range (from soft to loud sounds) for people with normal hearing is 120-130 decibels; for people with the cochlear implant, the range is about 20 decibels.
TABLE I TYPICAL DYNAMIC RANGE PERFORMANCE W1 Coaxial Port Frequency (GHz) 0.
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