quieting sensitivity

quieting sensitivity

[′kwī·əd·iŋ ‚sen·sə‚tiv·əd·ē]
(electronics)
Minimum signal input to a frequency-modulated receiver which is required to give a specified output signal-to-noise ratio under specified conditions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Magnum Dynalab published the following specifications for the MD100: Usable sensitivity (mono) 10.3dBf Usable sensitivity (stereo) 11.2dBf 50dB quieting sensitivity (mono) 13.2dBf 50dB quieting sensitivity (stereo) 34.0dB Alternate channel attenuation (wide) >60dB Alternate channel attenuation (narrow) >80dB Adjacent channel attenuation (wide) 12.0dB Adjacent channel attenuation (narrow) 30.0dB Audio frequency response (+/-1dB) 10Hz-17.5Khz THD (mono) 0.10% THD (stereo) 0.18% AM suppression -70.0dB Image rejection 75.0dB Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) 80.0dB Stereo separation 50.0dB SCA rejection -75.0dB 19 & 38 KHz rejection -70.0dB