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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High Dynamic Range (HDR) is an imaging technology that allows greater dynamic range than standard images.
will have access to advanced technologies that will enable the company to develop some of the widest dynamic range image sensing technologies in the world that are able to display details in ultra-low and very bright light conditions.

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