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jitter

[′jid·ər]
(communications)
In facsimile, distortion in the received copy caused by momentary errors in synchronism between the scanner and recorder mechanisms; does not include slow errors in synchronism due to instability of the frequency standards used in the facsimile transmitter and recorder.
(electronics)
Small, rapid variations in a waveform due to mechanical vibrations, fluctuations in supply voltages, control-system instability, and other causes.
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jitter

i. An ECCM (electronic counter-countermeasure) technique in which the radar PRF (pulse repetition frequency) is made to vary in a random manner.
ii. The instability of the signal or trace of a cathode-ray tube.
iii. Small rapid variations in a waveform caused by deliberate or accidental electrical or mechanical disturbances or to changes in the supply voltages, in the characteristic of components, etc.
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jitter

Random variation in the timing of a signal, especially a clock.
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jitter

A flicker or fluctuation in a transmission signal or display image. The term is used in several ways, but it always refers to some offset of time and space from the norm. For example, in a network transmission, jitter would be a bit arriving either ahead or behind a standard clock cycle. In computer graphics, to "jitter a pixel" means to place it off side of its normal placement by some random amount in order to achieve a more natural appearance. See anti-aliasing. See also jitterati.
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For that, you need to decompose the timing jitter into its components.
Section 2 describes the methods for calculating jitter, shimmer, and HNR from the voice signals, and the way of predicating vocal disorders from the calculated three features.
In addition, because of the relatively higher stiffness value of the steel washer within the elastic range, the jitter isolation capability might be degraded because the isolation capability heavily depends on the stiffness value.
Although CN electrode has been used to assess jitter in MG patients and healthy controls, no report had used CN electrode to assess jitter in neurogenic diseases to investigate motor unit instability.
We retrospectively reviewed the recordings of 129 subjects (85 women; 44 men; mean age, 43.8 [+ or -] 15.3 years (19-82 years) who were studied using a 37-mm CNE for quantitative jitter analysis in voluntary activated periocular muscles by trained electromyographers.
600-Mbps throughput, 4.5-ns max propagation delay, 70- ps total jitter
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Time-Triggered Co-operative Multiple Timer Interrupts (TTC-MTIs) scheduler is designed to address the impact of task placement and the problem of jitter at the starting time of the tasks.
Until now, Tektronix says, available bit error rate testers have been unable to generate the requisite degree of impairments with a low enough jitter noise floor to perform these tasks effectively.
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The Packet delivery ratio, End to End delay, Throughput, Jitter and cumulative sum of dropped packets is are examined.
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