Benavides et al., "Effect of bit depth
and kVp of digital radiography for detection of subtle differences," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
The signal samples of the kth microphone signal are encoded, upon acquisition by the analog-to-digital converter, with a certain bit depth
dictated by the hardware in use.
The second part--1-bit, 24-bit--covers bit depth
. "Bit" is an abbreviation for binary digit (www.webopedia.com/TERM/B/bit.html).
The number of k bits per pixel is the bit depth
. Because the binary number system uses base 2, k bits is equal to 2 to the power of k (k bits = [2.sup.k]).
The three most important terms here are resolution (described as pixels per inch, or ppi, for monitors and scanners and dots per inch, or dpi, for printers), number of colors (bit depth
) and image size (actual dimensions of the image area when printed).
A measure of how many binary units, zeros and ones, can be used to describe the image is bit depth
. A simple calculation based on the well depth yields the usable bit depth
of the sensor.
The sender then queries the receiver's capabilities, including resolution, color capability, and bit depth
Setting Exposure, Resolution, Bit Depth
, and Bitrate
The colour space of our lenses is also wide enough to establish the expansion of colour volume and realise the smooth tonality of colour, as long as the camera is equipped with HDR functionality and bit depth
High Dynamic Range -- HDR10 and backwards compatible HDR implementations illustrate improved color space, deeper luminance and increased bit depth
for enhanced image quality.
Before cutting the groove (Photo 2), set the router bit depth
. Stack two scraps of the guide material and the plate.