attenuation ratio

attenuation ratio

[ə‚ten·yə′wā·shən ‚rā·shō]
(physics)
The magnitude of the propagation ratio.
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The lesion was diagnosed as HCC if percent attenuation ratio was >107.
This washout can be calculated by percent attenuation ratio of the lesion on delayed phase (100 x ratio of attenuation of adjacent liver to the lesion).
Quantitative washout of lesion was calculated by percent attenuation ratio of the liver to the lesion on delayed phase.
The PXIe-9848H's signal-conditioning module features eight simultaneous analog inputs and a 15:1 or 50:1 attenuation ratio.
Input attenuation ratio that is switchable between 1/50 and 1/500.
max], the total attenuation ratio (TAR) of the melt-spun iPP fibers was defined.
The total attenuation ratio (TAR) and the maximum (observable) birefringence of the spun iPP fibers were calculated to be 1667 and 0.
If the probe contains both sections of the attenuator, then the input impedance can be set independent of the attenuation ratio.
For example, when used with a 1-M[OMEGA] scope, the Agilent Technologies Model 10076A Probe has a 100:1 attenuation ratio, but the input impedance is 66.
Conclusions: The ratios of renal lesion-to-cortex attenuation ratios may be helpful in differentiating RO from RCCs.
N2870A Series probes are available with attenuation ratios of 1:1, 10:1, 20:1 and 100:1, and probe bandwidths of DC to 35 MHz, 200 MHz, 350 MHz, 500 MHz and 1.