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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The scientists also found that the act of controlling the computer-brain interface led to an increased classification accuracy, which corresponded with improvements in the whole-brain signal-to-noise ratio.
A characteristic of all of these curves is that they asymptotically approach 50% errors as the signal-to-noise ratio becomes very large.
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.
The GP-KS1000 900,000 pixel Digital Signal Processing camera produces 560 lines of resolution with a signal-to-noise ratio of 54 dB.
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.
Innovations to the actuator, air-bearing design and optical encoders, coupled with the integration of multiple, state-of-the-art directly embedded DSP controllers, are said to deliver unparalleled control speed over the functional components of the measurement system, while increasing accuracy, reducing test time and providing superior signal-to-noise ratio, according to the company.