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 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
In order to quantitatively analyze the effect of underwater acoustic signal predicting modeling method with genetic algorithm, the root mean square error and the signal error ratio are used.
For a 1% packet error ratio, the tolerable delay spread is close to 200 ns at 36 Mbit/s, while at 12 Mbit/s a delay spread of 450 ns can be tolerated.
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.
Characterisation of the bit error ratio (BER) of devices requires a breakdown of the impact of both jitter and noise.
The aim was to reach a bit error ratio (BER) that is better than 10-12, exceeding a period of 13 hours has been more achieved and the outstanding quality of R&M's high performance network connectivity solutions was more than confirmed.
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.