signal-to-noise ratio

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Synonyms for signal-to-noise ratio

the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensity

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Performance specifications include a typical video signal to noise ratio (S/N) of 55 dB, an over all noise figure of 6 dB, and typical phase noise of -85 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz.
Eight separate 24-bit A/D converters provide outstanding Signal to Noise ratio of 110dB and the board provides simultaneous operation of 8 analog input channels, 2 or 8 analog output channels, 24 digital I/O lines, 3 32-bit counter/timers and sampling rates up to 100 kHz/channel are standard features.
Since the EL1517 can be used with up to a 12 V supply rail this allows for use of transformer ratios that maintain better signal to noise ratio for the received signal as compared to CMOS solutions using 5V supply rails.
The TAA4100 signal to noise ratio of 100dB is capable of better than 0.
The audio section provides full-duplex 18-bit codec functions and supports variable sample rates from 8 to 48k samples/sec with high signal to noise ratio.
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