image ratio

image ratio

[′im·ij ‚rā·shō]
(electronics)
In a heterodyne receiver, the ratio of the image frequency signal input at the antenna to the desired signal input for identical outputs.
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Already in mass production, the world's largest 71" 21:9 CSHD 3D LCD TV panel is designed with 21:9 ultra-wide screen, offers viewers wider visual angles and its smart application brings viewers a lifelike stereoscopic world and a more delightful image ratio.
The advanced x-ray technology can automatically synchronise the x-ray scan speed with the production line belt speed, keeping a one-to-one image ratio.
The overall dimensions of each label are 2 1/4 inches wide by 1 1/16 inches high, including an image area of 1 7/16 inches by 1 1/16 inches (an image ratio of 1.
The 3:2 aspect ratio is the standard image ratio for conventional 35mm film cameras, and the most requested print aspect ratio for photographic framing.
After the image ratios are performed, the background mask is applied to the ratioed image.