capture ratio

capture ratio

[′kap·chər ‚rā·shō]
(communications)
A measure of the ability of a frequency-modulation tuner to reject the weaker of two stations that are on the same frequency; the lower the ratio of desired to undesired signals, the better the performance of the tuner.
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The downside capture ratio shows a fund's losses in relation to a relevant market benchmark during downturns.
The results indicated that straw mulching increased LAI at the earlier growing stage but decreased LAI at the later growing stage; there was a significant effect on PAR capture ratio for Danyu6 but not in Chaoshi1, the capture ratio was significantly higher in D0.
Meanwhile, in positive markets, they gave up 13% against the benchmark, with an upside capture ratio of 87%.
Gibaja reveals more than 95% of the spa's guests come from outside the hotel, a number he is hoping to change with the launch of a new campaign to increase the capture ratio of in-house guests.
Large enough numbers of the representative species of common families were captured at certain flowers to analyze floral attractiveness at the species/family level (at least 20 individuals and a capture ratio (n[captured in flower-traps]: n[captured in no-flower controls] of at least 1.
Something that really irks about smartphone OEMs is their choice to always default to a 16:9 image capture ratio even if the sensor itself is not 16:9.
Thus, Vestas guarantees the customer an energy-based availability through a challenging capture ratio of the available wind energy for each site covered minimising the wind power plants lost production.
Contingency table analysis was used to compare the male:female capture ratio among lek categories.
The tuner also has a rather mediocre specified capture ratio of 2.
Moreover, products must have an Upside Market Capture ratio of 100 or more for the latest three-year period, and Downside Market Capture ratio of 100 or less for the latest three-year period.
RS40 and RS50 had the high total photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) capture ratio (CR) and upper CR (>100 cm) than the others.
Low downside capture ratio: A downside capture ratio measures how a fund has fared relative to the market during downturns.