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 proposed standard specifies the following: Procedures and protocols for collection and exchanging coexistence information between heterogeneous networks, Spectrum resource measurements and network performance metrics, such as packet error ratio, delay, etc.
Characterization of the bit error ratio (BER) of devices requires a breakdown of the impact of both jitter and noise.
Dubai Courts succeeded in reducing the time taken to complete the service to only 13 minutes with an error ratio of 1 per cent, confirming the effectiveness in saving time and effort while ensuring quality and reliability in the delivery of services.
3bs Task Force will extend Ethernet to 400Gb/s, while improving the bit error ratio to 10-13.
He got within two points at 30-all, but Nadal was too consistent for him, and after that it always seemed that Rosol's error ratio would be too high.
No matter what the mailing house tells you about their demographic reach, there is a 10 percent to 20 percent error ratio in every seminar.
Table 1 is composed of five columns, the first three columns describe the dataset, the number of attributes, the number of objects, and the intended clusters, the fourth column presents the number of objects that was not classified in the right cluster, and the fifth column shows the error ratio which is the number of errors divided by the number of objects.
The enhanced product enables cable operators to measure a wide variety of indicators across all QAM carriers, including pre- and post-Forward Error Correction (FEC) Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) and Bit Error Rate (BER), as well as Modulation Error Ratio (MER).
This technology allows for automated analyses and identifications of relevant news with an error ratio below 2%.
Once Wozniaki swished the court with her racket, several times she flung her head to one side in disappointment, and her error ratio remained too high to make the shift in her tactical emphasis successful.
New chapters address handset and high-power power amplifiers, bit error ratio testing, broadband cable, WiMAX, and heterojunction bipolar transistors.
Asset provides boundary-scan systems for test, in-system programming and design-for-test, as well as for advanced embedded instrumentation applications involving signal integrity analysis, bit error ratio testing, pattern generation testing and others.