Exact Measurement For More Sustainable Development, Innovation, and Progress

A coherence-based Noise Reduction System, establishes a time-independent reference, or exact standard, for measuring time. Download summary of scientific research here.

Increased Periodic Signal-To-Noise Ratio In Video Signals
With Coherence Technology

CT has been shown to significantly increase the periodic signal-to noise ratio of video signals, reducing visual noise. 

The CT processed video signal was tested at a Cox Cable Network in San Diego, California. The video signal was broadcast through a microwave modulator and demodulator, a time base corrector, and a cascade of amplifiers. 

After these steps of signal transduction the periodic noise from the CT processed signal improved by nearly 15%. The readings were compared to identical non-processed video signals. 

These findings indicate that CT increases signal integrity over time and distance and decreases visual noise. This improvement in visual noise is especially important in the move toward High Definition video.

In Summary: Initial reports on Coherence Technology indicate the following four important findings:

  • CT changes the energy amplitudes of audio signals in the time domain.
  • CT has a definite envelope dependent effect for audio signals.
  • CT gives the channels of a recording higher resolution and distinction.
  • CT increases the spectral density of information for the processed signal.