minimum detectable signal
- The minimum signal level which produces a given effect, result, or response, such as detection, activation, or operation. For example, the lowest input-signal amplitude which produces a perceptible change in the output of a component, circuit, device, piece of equipment, or system. Also called minimum discernable signal, or threshold signal. Its abbreviation is MDS.
- synonym minimum discernable signal
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