signal distance

signal distance

[′sig·nəl ‚dis·təns]
(computer science)
The number of bits that are not the same in two binary words of equal length. Also known as hamming distance.
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These imperfections signal distance from computer-generated graphics and industrial fabrication, while they also suggest that such imperfections can also be deemed a style and re-created on demand--that graphic design can feed our human messiness back to us, pretending to take ourside.
Packet ONP uses digital coherent technology with DP-QPSK optical modulation to boost the optical signal distance by digitally compensating for waveform distortions.
He said: "He is somewhere off South Australia, within mobile phone signal distance of land.
Each of these varieties has trade-offs between signal distance and speed and the difference in symmetry of upstream and downstream transmission.
EarthLCD's new I/O Expander Board gives design engineers the capability of expanding their options for power, interface, number of I/O ports, signal distance and utilization of audio feedback.
6 GB/s Aggregate Bandwidth, New Features Extend Signal Distance to Enable Expansion Into Chassis-to-Chassis and Board-to-Board Interconnect Applications
These features include distributed routing, which will improve our IP video QOS and bandwidth utilization, and Ring Trip Resolution, which eliminates ring voltage from the ADSL2+ line, yielding up to an 8db SNR improvement while increasing signal distance and the number of video streams that we can deliver to the home.
All are IP66 indoor/outdoor heavy duty weatherproof cameras with signal distances that start at 98ft and go to 1,640ft.
An optional integrated forward-error-correction (FEC) on each channel reduces bit-error-rate (BER), while extending signal distances even further.