The system performance evaluated in terms of BER, Carrier to Noise ratio (CNR) and composite triple beat (CTB) .
What does C/NR stand for?
C/NR stands for Carrier to Noise Ratio
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
We have 148 other meanings of C/NR in our Acronym Attic
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Ingress Safe(TM) technology has shown a 4dB to 6dB improvement in the carrier to noise ratio when deployed in fifty percent of the subscriber drops in a node," said Rod Peery, President of TECHNETIX Inc.
The NMI400 MRC demodulator provides gain of 3 to 8 db in Carrier to Noise ratio when compared with non-diversity solutions.
This instrument incorporates a Master/Slave attenuation design that allows the modem to maintain a lock on the carrier signal while establishing new carrier to noise ratios.
The new Model 3630C 110-channel laser is immediately available to cable television equipment manufacturers with the following specifications: Capacity -- 110 channels Carrier to Noise Ratio (CNR) -- 51dB Composite Second Order (CSO) -- 63dB Composite Triple Beat (CTB) -- 65dB Ortel designs, manufactures and sells a broad range of linear fiber-optic products worldwide to OEM manufacturers and system integrators serving the communications industry.