improvement threshold

improvement threshold

[im′prüv·mənt ‚thresh‚hōld]
(communications)
The condition of unity for the ratio of peak carrier voltage to peak noise voltage after selection and before any nonlinear process such as amplitude limiting.
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A statistically significant treatment difference in GMFM - above the pre-specified 10 percentage point improvement threshold established in the trial - was observed between OTL-200 treated patients and untreated age-matched participants in the natural history cohort.
Principal Chris Drew, inset, said: "The improvement threshold SSAT is looking for when considering awards is 15% and we have achieved more than double that level since 2006.
Additionally, a component of Medtronic's reimbursement will be tied to successfully meeting agreed upon clinical improvement thresholds for enrolled members - such as A1C reduction, increased Time in Range, and reduced hypoglycemic events.
According to Neil Cohen, Vice President of Marketing of WindWISDEM, the new service reduces cost burdens on repowering wind farms that were forced to consider replacing working production equipment to achieve the necessary improvement thresholds required to extend PTCs, an inefficient, expensive and often unnecessary process.

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