error ratio

error ratio

[′er·ər ‚rā·shō]
(computer science)
The ratio of the number of erroneous items to the total number of bits or characters transmitted.
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The N4903A Serial Bit Error Ratio Tester provides jitter-tolerance test (J-BERT) of serial gigabit devices up to 12.5 Gb/s.
For example, TR-029 ANNEX A: Bit Error Ratio Testing of ATM-Based ADSL Systems describes the three common types of BER measurements along with defining equations.
These transmitters, along with the expanded low-power range, including cutting-edge echo cancellation and optimized modulation error ratio (MER) technologies that far outperform competitive solutions.
Finally, in order to find the most influential predictors of the reproduction parameters (seven output variables) evaluated in the present study, the error value and error ratio were used for ANN and the values obtained from the so-called importance analysis of decision trees were applied.
Performance of Deming regression analysis in case of misspecified analytical error ratio in method comparison studies.
For fully automated packaging machines and bottling plants, for example, the contents, labeling, bar codes, or the expiry date of the product is inspected dependably, diminishing the error ratio while also saving money.
The Bit Error Ratio (BER) of a digital communication system is an important figure of merit used to quantify the integrity of data transmitted through the system.
Regarding the false positive ratio, Figure 7 shows the generated positive error ratio for both UNION and RPM when varying the UAV density.
The M8040A high-performance bit error ratio tester (BERT) tests PAM-4 and NRZ devices that operate up to 64 Gbaud.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 6, 2017-Industry's most-integrated bit error ratio tester (BERT) for PAM-4 and NRZ features new adjustable equalizer
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-September 6, 2017-Industry's most-integrated bit error ratio tester (BERT) for PAM-4 and NRZ features new adjustable equalizer