- signal-to-noise ratio
- ● ►en loc. m. ►COMM Voir la version française: rapport signal/bruit.
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Signal-to-noise ratio — For signal to noise ratio in statistics, see Cohen s d. Signal to noise ratio (often abbreviated SNR or S/N) is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined… … Wikipedia
signal-to-noise ratio — UK / US noun Word forms signal to noise ratio : singular signal to noise ratio plural signal to noise ratios 1) [countable] the amount of useful information that you get from something, compared to the amount that is useless 2) a measure of the… … English dictionary
signal-to-noise ratio — signalo ir triukšmo santykis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. signal to noise ratio vok. Signal/Rausch Verhältnis, n rus. отношение сигнал/шум, n pranc. rapport signal/bruit, m … Automatikos terminų žodynas
signal-to-noise ratio — noun the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensity • Syn: ↑signal to noise, ↑signal/noise ratio, ↑signal/noise, ↑S/N • Hypernyms: ↑ratio … Useful english dictionary
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Signal-to-Noise Ratio — PP The ratio between the desired signal and the undesired noise in a recording. WikiV The ratio between useful television signal and disturbing noise or snow … Audio and video glossary
signal to noise ratio — F/A/V (S/N ratio); the ratio, measured in decibels, between the audio or video signal, and the noise accompanying the signal. The higher the S/N ratio, the better the quality of the sound or picture … Audio and video glossary
Signal-To-Noise Ratio — VP The ratio of a desired signal to an unwanted signal (static or noise) … Audio and video glossary
signal-to-noise ratio — Abbreviated SNR. The ratio between the desired signal and the unwanted noise at a specific point in a cable; a measure of signal quality. SNR is particularly important in networks using unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP). SNR… … Dictionary of networking
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