capture ratio

capture ratio

[′kap·chər ‚rā·shō]
(communications)
A measure of the ability of a frequency-modulation tuner to reject the weaker of two stations that are on the same frequency; the lower the ratio of desired to undesired signals, the better the performance of the tuner.
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A new study published by American Funds, a family of mutual funds from Capital Group, one of the world's leading investment management firms, identifies three critical factors for selecting retirement investments: a low expense ratio, high manager ownership and a low downside capture ratio, which measures how a fund has fared relative to the market during downturns.
Gibaja reveals more than 95% of the spa's guests come from outside the hotel, a number he is hoping to change with the launch of a new campaign to increase the capture ratio of in-house guests.
Large enough numbers of the representative species of common families were captured at certain flowers to analyze floral attractiveness at the species/family level (at least 20 individuals and a capture ratio (n[captured in flower-traps]: n[captured in no-flower controls] of at least 1.
Something that really irks about smartphone OEMs is their choice to always default to a 16:9 image capture ratio even if the sensor itself is not 16:9.
Thus, Vestas guarantees the customer an energy-based availability through a challenging capture ratio of the available wind energy for each site covered minimising the wind power plants lost production.
The tuner also has a rather mediocre specified capture ratio of 2.
Moreover, products must have an Upside Market Capture ratio of 100 or more for the latest three-year period, and Downside Market Capture ratio of 100 or less for the latest three-year period.
The hospital's Service Excellence Team along with the Corporate IT have worked with leading advisory firms to come out with the best effective methodology which targets high degree of compliance and capture ratio.
The formula calculates simple alpha at the end of a year, but the percentage of such alpha the managers earn in performance fees is based on a sliding scale related to capture ratio.
This award was given to the top ten performing firms in their peer group for the top ten ratios of Upside Capture Ratio over Downside Capture Ratio.
In addition, the agreement includes plans for DHL to increase its capture ratio of Oracle's shipping needs in Europe, Asia and Latin America.