maximum signal level

maximum signal level

[′mak·sə·məm ′sig·nəl ‚lev·əl]
(electronics)
In an amplitude-modulated facsimile system, the level corresponding to copy black or copy white, whichever has the highest amplitude.
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I do not recall the maximum signal level (all ones) was used for the tests but I assume it was at least movie theater level loud.
Dither reduces distortion and extraneous signals up to 100 decibels below maximum signal levels, thereby making it easier for the converter chip to process weak incoming signals in the presence of strong interference signals.

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