SNR


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SNR

abbreviation for signal-to-noise ratio.

signal-to-noise ratio

An MRI term for the ratio between the amplitude of the received signal and background noise, which may obscure that signal. SNR, and by extension, image quality, can be improved by increasing the number of excitations, field of view, slice thickness, etc., while factoring the electrical properties of the patient being studied and type of receiving coil used.
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In the relay selection, the relay which has the largest SNR will be chosen to amplify and forward the transmitting data from the source to the destination.
For example, when optimal TAS scheme is used, SNR = 10 dB, the OP is 2.
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We utilize mean square error (MSE) and input-output SNR to evaluate the DMNUFFT algorithm.
In environments with higher noise levels, when SNR is in the range -5dB [less than or equal to] SNR [less than or equal to] 0dB, variance TDE does not depend on the value of SNR.
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Also importantly, please note that on the graph, at 5meters and 9meters mark of the two different targets, we have two different SNR values at which we experience backscattering minimally and SNR values lower than these for the two targets will produce no significant result.
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