image response


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image response

[′im·ij ri‚späns]
(electronics)
The response of a superheterodyne receiver to an undesired signal at its image frequency.
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This prototype delivers all of the features expected from OLED TVs, such as high contrast, brightness, rapid video image response time and rich images produced even at wide viewing angles, all packaged in a large 4K resolution panel.
This results in images with strikingly higher contrast (in both light and dark environments), wider color gamut, superb video image response time, and wider viewing angles when compared to existing LCD and plasma displays, with low power consumption.
With other features including Game Mode to enjoy your video games with quicker image response, and Viera Link Technology to view your photos and videos straight from your SD card, this smart and stylish Panasonic TV is one of the best for watching, playing and viewing.
The distinct image response of saltcedar was due to its yellow-orange to orange-brown late fall foliage color prior to leaf drop.
Alternatively this negative image response may be a rationalisation/description of the self-behaviour of non-usage (Bem 1967) (i.
Furthermore, the display incorporates a fast 8ms (GTG) response time, allowing for better performance of motion video, clearer images and a more natural image response.
4 times as wide, and video image response time that is 10 times faster.
American lotus had a distinct pink image response, whereas waterhyacinth had a bright red image tone.
Users of a brand are more likely to give an image response in a brand/corporate image survey than former users and those who have never used the brand.
Furthermore, the displays incorporate a fast 8ms (GTG) response time, allowing for better performance of motion video, clearer images and a more natural image response.
Technologies such as Mobile Image Enhancement, Ambient Light Processing, and Mobile Color Management will give consumers higher picture resolution, customized color management, and faster image response time, and achieve it all at lower cost.
Active matrix displays use semiconductor technology to incorporate one or more transistors into driving each display pixel individually and is used to reduce power consumption and improve image response time in LCD flat panel displays.