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* If the per-title technology decreases the data rate, as Per-Title A did for Tears of Steel, it's the correct decision so long as it didn't reduce the VMAF score below 93.
In the AARF-HT algorithm we add channel width, guard interval, spatial stream and maximum number of data rate index attributes.
Lead researcher, Dr Robert Maher, UCL Electronic & Electrical Engineering, said: "While current state-of-the-art commercial optical transmission systems are capable of receiving single channel data rates of up to 100 gigabits per second (Gb/s), we are working with sophisticated equipment in our lab to design the next generation core networking and communications systems that can handle data signals at rates in excess of I terabit per second (Tb/s).
The schemes perform better in fast MN movement scenarios but, unfortunately, lacking the user preferences in the context of cost, data rate and other parameters.
Depending on the data rate, this can be below 1 mWatt average power.
CoMP improves the transmission data rate between a base station and mobile stations that are located near cell edges.
* Re-use existing wire and cable to drive higher data rate signals
The 802.11b standard is ideal for those who find 11 Mbps data rates sufficient.
The application example shown in figure 1 and the related Table 1 demonstrate how significant detector data rate and corresponding response time influence chromatographic performance of an ultra-fast separation.
If a high sensor measurement data rate is required to inspect tires reliably without limiting production rates, laser line sensors are recommended to not only take data at high speed, but also effectively communicate with a PC or other device.
The new DTG5334 provides a fast 3.35Gb/s data rate, while the output modules deliver increased performance and flexibility for serial data as well as parallel data applications.