dynamic range


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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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In many applications where power meters and scalar network analyzers are used with directional couplers in test configurations, the finite directivity of the coupler(s) and the dynamic range of the test setup is misunderstood or neglected, resulting in poor or incorrect measurements.

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