Through this technology, the cause and degree of signal noise, the largest factor in signal quality deterioration in recent years, can be determined," said Masao Fukuma, vice president of NEC Corporation.
What does SQ stand for?
SQ stands for Signal Quality
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- Saint Peter's Zion Project
- Solubilized Porcine Zona Pellucida (protein)
- Safety Quotient
- San Quentin Prison (San Quentin, CA)
- Scalar Quantization
- Seismically Qualified
- Service Quality (TL 9000)
- Shortest Queue
- Side-Quest (gaming)
- Sigma Quality (Six Sigma quality benchmark)
- Significant Quantity (nuclear weapons, fission: IAEA term for the amount of fissile material necessary)
- Singapore Airlines
- Slack Quenching
- Social Quotient (Van Sloan)
- Soldier Qualification (Canadian Forces)
- Sound Quality
- Sound Que (theater terminology)
- South Qeynos (gaming, Everquest)
- Space Quest
- Special Quotation (Japanese stock market)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Adaptive active filtering (AAF): Also known as "receiver equalization with filtering," AAF is a closed-loop method of improving received signal quality by amplifying the fundamental frequency of the signal in the receiver while filtering noise and other undesirable components.
The ClearGain DD1900 Ground-Mounted Amplifier (GMA) offers inexpensive signal quality improvement without the need for tower climbs.
Offering a robust RF design that provides network operators with excellent signal quality, the AM series maritime GPS repeater is small in size, measuring 440mm x 530mm x 175mm (17.
Transmit signal quality -- as measured by error vector magnitude (EVM) -- is needed for a strong, high data rate UWB link.
Receiver performance is optimized by using an internal signal quality monitor to drive real-time adjustment of the decision threshold so that BER performance and jitter tolerance is maximized.
Standard test instruments that do not compromise on signal quality, timing accuracy or programmatic control give the engineer a jump-start in high-quality characterization of new devices and systems.
The forthcoming TenXc solution offers wireless operators the ability to enhance service capacity and signal quality without incurring the time and costs involved in network-wide infrastructure changes.