dynamic random-access memory

Definition

Electronics

  • Same as dynamic RAM. dynamic range 1. For a system or device, the ratio of the maximum producible level of a given parameter, such as signal strength or power, to the minimum detectable level of said parameter. Usually expressed in decibels. #For a system or device, the ratio of the maximum producible level of a given parameter, such as signal strength or power, to the minimum detectable level of said parameter, while still maintaining a useful output. Usually expressed in decibels. #For an audio component, such as an amplifier or a speaker, the ratio of the maximum reproducible loudness, to the minimum detectable loudness, without excessive noise or distortion. Usually expressed in decibels. #For an audio component, such as an amplifier or a speaker, the difference in decibels between the maximum reproducible loudness and the minimum detectable loudness, without excessive noise or distortion.
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