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Silvia Moreno-Garcia's debut dabbles in genre fiction, though Signal to Noise can hardly be tagged as "urban fantasy" or "magical realism." Nor should it be.
Similarly, the probability distribution function of the signal to noise ratio () per symbol over a single Rician fading channel is expressed as [26]:
(6.26) [1], the MGF of thereceived signal to noise ratio over Rician fading can be shown by eq.
Network performance analysis on IEEE 802.11g with different protocols and signal to noise ratio values // Wireless and Optical Communications Networks Second IFIP International Conference.--USA: 2005--P.
Recalculation quotients for data transfer rate and signal to noise ratio AP1 Signal to noise ratio 30,7 44,5 38,9 Data transfer rate 4,3395 5,5337 5,6095 [alpha] 7,074548 8,041636 6,934664 AP2 Signal to noise ratio 33,2 44,9 38,1 Data transfer 3,8441 9,484 5,6322 AP1 rate [alpha] 8,636612 4,734289 6,764675 AP3 Signal to noise ratio 38,4 45,6 32 Data transfer rate 2,7162 2,8574 2,7335 [alpha] 14,1374 15,95856 11,7066
Note that the obscured resonances at ~4.63 ppm in the water spectrum would still have a signal to noise of ~5:1, if the water line had not contaminated this region.
Therefore, it is crucial that the signal to noise, in the final image or spectrum of interest, be significant.
Use of the light-reducing compounds enhances assay sensitivity by decreasing background light emission, thereby increasing the signal to noise ratio of the assay.
Signal To Noise - relaxed, and at times, just plain bizarre.
Therefore we have employed high bit rate capacity technique namely modified Shannon transmission technique over wide range of the affecting parameters for increasing signal to noise ratio (S/N) and decreasing bit error rate (BER) and then to increase the transmission bit rates over wireless optical communication systems.
Signal conditioning options include a differential charge amplifier for improved signal to noise ratio, resulting in 100 mV/g sensitivity.
"Specifically, our system, which uses advanced signal processing, will enable accurate quantitative assessments of situations where the signal to noise ratio is substantially less than 1:1.
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