output-to-input ratio

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n output-to-input ratio the output power of a transducer divided by the input power
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Usage


In science:

An unpolarized input (a completely mixed state) gives rise to an output that is 84% Ψ− , or an average polarization ratio (intensity of Ψ− versus average intensity of the other three Bell states) of 16:1.
Diagnosis, prescription and prognosis of a Bell-state filter by quantum process tomography
Minimum, maximum and average chromaticity of tricoupler splitting ratio (among the three outputs of each tricoupler). T1 is the tricoupler corresponding to input 1.
An integrated optics beam combiner for the second generation VLTI instruments
The high focal ratio of 3.9 is to mimic astronomical devices where the fibre is fed with a fast beam to minimize focal ratio degradation (FRD, Ramsey (1988)), an effect causing the output focal ratio Fout to be generally smaller than the input focal ratio.
Modal noise prediction in fibre-spectroscopy I: Visibility and the coherent model
Note here that ρ2 varies with the size of the far field at the output of the fibre, which is sub ject to input focal ratio and focal ratio degradation.
Modal noise prediction in fibre-spectroscopy I: Visibility and the coherent model
The total efficiency of a currently deployed amplifier, which is the ratio of AC power input to generated RF output power, is generally in anywhere in the range from 5% to 20% (depending on the standard viz.
Green Cellular Networks: A Survey, Some Research Issues and Challenges
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