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dynamic range

1 in radiology, the range of voltage or input signals that result in a digital output.
2 the range of sound intensity from the faintest sound a person can hear to the level that causes pain.
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html), was founded in 2004 and has emerged as the pioneer of High Definition and Wide Dynamic Range CMOS imaging technology.
Wide dynamic range is a highly sought-after capability in the European security market, said Peter McKee, Vice President of EMEA Sales, Arecont Vision.
The XDepth technology today can be enjoyed with the use of its robust HDR player that supports the HDR boost on existing low dynamic range movies, HDR video projection, playing HDR movies on existing HDR display, public-key cryptography support for digital rights management, gesture support for panning, zooming and rotation, full matrix colour control.
In a study at the University of Iowa, the addition of a "continuous 5 Kilopulses per second conditioning pulse train" to the electric signal receptor in 28 cochlear implant patients resulted in "significant increases" in the dynamic range of the patients, Dr.
So HDR processed images can be saved with their full dynamic ranges, yet still be shared broadly," said John Couling, Vice President, E-media Business Group, Dolby Laboratories.
Also for surveillance camera's the high dynamic range offering is very important.
In addition to providing finely-tuned image sensing and high resolution imaging, surveillance cameras now must offer wide dynamic range capabilities to clearly capture images in both dark indoor and bright outdoor settings.
CCD sensors have only a limited electron well capacity and one of the methods for extending dynamic range is to combine two images with different exposure times.
8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sigma-Aldrich proudly announces the launch of the new Proteomics Dynamic Range Standard (UPS2).
A traditional spectrum analyzer is optimal for testing designs in these applications since it provides a dynamic range of more than 80 dB in the 80-MHz or narrower spectrum required to validate performance.
TAEC)*, a committed leader in electronic components that collaborates with technology companies to create breakthrough designs, today announced that Toshiba Corporation has developed Dynastron-WD(TM) wide dynamic range technology for CMOS image sensors used in mobile-handset applications such as camera cell phones.
The CS4350 features an on-chip phase-locked-loop(PLL)-based master clock that supports 24-bit resolution and up to 216 kHz sampling rates and 108 dB dynamic range.

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