signal to noise


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signal to noise

The amount of valid content vs. the amount of useless or unwanted content. See signal-to-noise ratio.
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Where Signal to Noise falls down is in balancing its two narrative strands: while internally each has its own sturdy pacing and development, structurally, they don't support each other as well as they really need to in order to bring more dynamic tension into the novel as a whole, and to reinforce the thematic arguments in each.
I'm excited to be adding Signal to Noise and RAPP to the AMC team to help us fulfill our vision of delivering the ultimate guest experience," said Stephen Colanero, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, AMC.
BlueCore5-Multimedia offers superior sound quality for headset applications with a best-in-class signal to noise ratio of -95dB.
Designers of medical systems, such as magnetic resonance imaging and patient monitoring receivers, which involve complex, multi-channel designs will benefit from the new converters which offer the highest signal to noise ratio (SNR) at 79dB, and deliver 16-bit precision at high IFs (intermediate frequency) and supporting sampling rates up to 130 MSPS (mega samples per second).

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