integration time

integration time

The period for which a noisy signal is averaged in order to improve the signal to noise ratio in an electronic system. See sensitivity.
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The system's unique design allows sensors to be changed rapidly as plug-and-play devices, reducing first time payload integration time from months to days and enabling rapid field changes in less than an hour to increase operational availability and tailored mission suitability.
The RADMoon Duo decreases the cost of autonomous systems by saving integration time, physical size, and cost per channel of sensors.
The ability to perform machine-level integration testing with a digital twin delivers significant benefits, Maplesoft research found, including a 75 percent reduction in integration time and between 50 and 100 percent improvement in lowering project cost overruns.
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The new ams detector chip provides detailed motion-free medical images while operating at very high acquisition rates: the adjustable integration time can be set as low as 50 [micro]s.
A MCU is used to provide the clock signal to control the integration time and compute the pulse wave of the output logical control circuit.
This saves IT resources for Hurley and the physicians while greatly reducing integration time and costs."

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