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    Ideally, the sensitivity was calculated to be 50 ppm/Abs units; the slope of the graph is the equivalent of the sensitivity. The observed sensitivity was found to be 44.7 ppm/Abs units. This means that in one increment of absorbance, the concentration is 44.7 ppm or for 0.01 increment of absorbance, the concentration increases by 0.447 ppm. This shows a low sensitivity for the thiocyanate system. The detection limit was also calculated, which was found to be 0.4038 ppm. This correlates with the earlier attempts in analyzing solutions with concentrations less than 1 ppm. While inaccurate due to the rapid conversion of the complex, if the absorbance measured as the thiocyanate was added, then the signal/noise ratio may have been small and relatively good spectra could have been…

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    types of radio communication technologies. Direct-sequence spread spectrum signals uses CDMA which allow more than one user to share a channel. CDMA is a form of multiplexing which allows many signals to occupy a transmission channel and optimizing the use of available bandwidth. Therefore, the receiver separates the signals from the users by cross correlation of the received signal with each of the user unique code sequences. If the code sequence is designed to have a small cross correlation,…

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    075 16.76 17.15 250 0.125 13.52 15.14 350 0.175 10.06 13.00 550 0.275 2.74 8.42 750 0.375 -4.89 3.60 Table 1 . Results The purpose of this research was to illustrate and compare the differences in shapes of auditory filters of two individuals. The signal to noise ratio (P/N0) represented in Table 1, is a ratio of the power in the signal (P) over the spectrum level of noise (N0) which remained at 35 decibels except in the notch. The P/N0 is given in decibels…

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    Nt1310 Unit 5 Lab Report

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    At the receiver, noise is added to the transmitted signal and the resultant signal is then passed through the QPSK demodulator to produce estimates of the transmitted binary data. After that, the demodulator output is compared with the original sequence, and finally an error counter is used to count the number of bit errors. The above procedure is repeated for various values of noise power. In other words, the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), i.e. Eb/No is varied indefinitely. Requirement Using the…

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    Nt1310 Unit 2 Bsk System

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    a carrier. The QPSK signal is represented as. Since there are 4 phases it is called as 4-PSK or Quadrature PSK systems [6][7]. 3. QAM: QAM improves the noise immunity of the system by allowing the signal vectors to differ, not only in their phase but also in amplitudes. It utilizes carrier phase shifting and synchronous detection to permit two DSB signals to occupy the same frequency band. The two DSB signals are orthogonal to each other. IV. NOISE AND CHANNELS IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS…

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    However, the learning-based algorithms are generally resource intensive and require a long time context, which makes them hard to implement in real time processing. In [16], Nakatani et al. proposed harmonicity-based dereverberation (HERB) methods, which modeled RIR inverse filters as a ratio of the direct path component to the received signal. The design of the inverse filters exploited the harmonicity characteristics of the speech signal and estimated the filter coefficients in two distinct…

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    separating the powering and signaling circuits. This coupling interface makes the connecting different circuits with different voltage levels possible. The communication signal is fed…

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    Therefore, the SINR in an OFDM system is depend on the other-cell interference and the background noise [4], [5]. The SINR in an OFDM system can be expressed as: Where S=Received power, N0=thermal Noise, If is the ratio between other-cell and own-cell signal. The capacity limit of an OFDM system is given as: b/s/Hz Where B is the Band width of the system In OFDMA by the consideration of the cyclic prefix overhead, the capacity of an OFDM system is modified as: b/s/Hz Where Ds is…

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    photography where you can see the image you captured on the screen seconds after taking it. You can make the decision to either keep the image or delete it and keep shooting. The images are stored on a memory card, which is reusable unlike film. This makes it cheaper because you don’t need to buy film each time that you want to take an image. The images can be quickly edited in Photoshop. Digital has frankly become more convenient. Digital sensors only have a single sensitivity unlike film.…

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    Cardiac Imaging Technique

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    short Gradient Rise Time of 200 microseconds and slew rates of 20 mT/m/s enabling shorter scanning times with preserving high spatial resolution (Currie et al., 2013). Also, high performance gradients is essential for achieving the shortest TR and TE possible to maintain high image contrast and signal to noise ratio with relative short scan times (Currie et al., 2013). A 6 element phased array body coil, which placed onto the patient, in conjunction with the spinal matrix coil that has a 12…

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