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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On the other hand, it will further implement channel segregation for vacant spaces in the building, and carry out precision marketing to improve the customer capture ratio. At the same time, the Company will continue to maintain close cooperation with government authorities, make good use of the platform for government-enterprise cooperation, attract more high-quality enterprises to take up leases, and achieve effective linkage between building leasing and regional efforts to attract investors.
The volume capture ratio of annual runoff is the primary goal of the construction of sponge cities.
Example 1: XYZ Fund's 10-year downside capture ratio shows that it held losses to about 80% of its benchmark's decline during market drops, while its 10-year upside capture ratio reports that it's returning about 90% of the market's gains during upward moves.
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 D0.6 and D1.2 than D0, and the increasing the proportion were by 8.3% and 11.0%, respectively.
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 1.5).
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.
Application of a pro rata share model results in a capture ratio of about 12.5% in 2008, 11.0% in 2009, and 10.0% in 2010 and 2011.
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 2.5 dB.