noise margin


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noise margin

(electronics)
The voltage difference between the guaranteed output level and the required input voltage level of a logic gate.
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Moreover, the noise margin of an I/O buffer which is derived from the Spartan-3 specification [22] increases with the increase of the I/O supply voltage as shown in Fig.
The E195-E2 aircraft has more than 24% reduction in fuel burn per seat than the previous-generation E195, with NOx emissions 50% below the ICAO CAEP/6 regulation and 19dB to 20dB of ICAO Chapter 4 cumulative noise margin.
QAM modulation scheme is preferable because it provides larger bandwidth and includes two dimensional multi-level coding which has advantage of larger noise margin as compared to single dimensional multi-level coding (Youssef et al., 2013).
Hasan-August 2016.A Schmitt-trigger-based single-ended 11T SRAM cell, which significantly improves read and write static noise margin (SNM) and consumes low power.
With the technology as well as supply voltage shrinking down, it has become extremely challenging to design SRAM due to less noise margin and hence poor stability.
Regression analysis is then presented, with statistical analysis and hypothesis testing on the difference between the two means, of the noise margin, of the upstream and downstream cases in the interleaved mode setup completing the section.
The differential high output driver delivers 10% higher SNR than standard RS-485/422 devices, affording additional noise margin or extended cable lengths.
The noise margin is defined as the voltage difference between the input voltage [V.sub.IN] and [V.sub.H], where [DELTA]V equals [V.sub.pp]/[2.sup.4].
The performance parameters for a typical SRMCML circuit are voltage gain [A.sub.V], voltage swing ratio (VSR), signal slope ratio (SSR), current matching ratio (CMR), noise margin (NM), voltage swing ([DELTA]V), power dissipation P, delay time [t.sub.d], and power-delay product (PDP) 9,10,13].
In addition, the static noise margin (SNM) is obtained for SRAM in retention mode, access mode, and write operation.