image response


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image response

[′im·ij ri‚späns]
(electronics)
The response of a superheterodyne receiver to an undesired signal at its image frequency.
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This prototype delivers all of the features expected from OLED TVs, such as high contrast, brightness, rapid video image response time and rich images produced even at wide viewing angles, all packaged in a large 4K resolution panel.
This results in images with strikingly higher contrast (in both light and dark environments), wider color gamut, superb video image response time, and wider viewing angles when compared to existing LCD and plasma displays, with low power consumption.
With other features including Game Mode to enjoy your video games with quicker image response, and Viera Link Technology to view your photos and videos straight from your SD card, this smart and stylish Panasonic TV is one of the best for watching, playing and viewing.
TRi pointed out that OLED displays have many advantages: they are self-laminating and backlight-free; they have high color saturation, high contrast, and rapid image response; they save energy and offer a wide viewing angle; and they are lighter and thinner than other screens--that will continue to make them hot items in the middle- and high-end handset market.
Bare soil and sparsely vegetated areas have white to various light gray tones, shrubs have a dark gray or black image response, and water has light green to dark green tones.
Alternatively this negative image response may be a rationalisation/description of the self-behaviour of non-usage (Bem 1967) (i.e.
To prevent such "image response," the receiver design almost always includes a filter to keep the image frequency away from the mixer.
The final 42 GHz LO was chosen based upon the spurious signal performance of high side mixing, as well as the ease of filtering the image response and LO leakage.
Comparing the 55-inch Crystal LED prototype to the company's current and conventional LCD displays, the prototype boasts of approximately 3.5 times the contrast in a light environment, a colour gamut that is 1.4 times as wide, and video image response time that is 10 times faster.
American lotus had a distinct pink image response, whereas waterhyacinth had a bright red image tone.
Consequently, brands with more users tend to score higher on image response questions.