What does B/S stand for?
B/S stands for background-to-signal
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It is shown that a nonlinear coupling between background and signal results in a decrease in the signal electric fields. A general solution is obtained, and a solution in terms of well-known functions for a physically interesting case is exhibited. The parameter dependences are discussed and the effect of finite conductivities in both regions is analyzed.
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We present a CMOS image sensor with integrated background suppression scheme for detecting small signals out of unwanted background signals. For the background suppression, differential signals with suppressed common-mode background signals are sampled within a short sub-sensing time in order to avoid the saturation from strong background signals. Analog differential signals are digitally accumulated multiple times in one integration time for high SNR.
w3. org/1999/xlink">Upper-panel: Optical intensity patterns of a coherent beam at the output plane through a nonlinear crystal at different bias voltages (shown in the left column) and different signal intensities (increase from left to right). Lower-panel: MI spectra for the instability growth rate h2 versus the normalized signal intensity I/Ith. Theoretical curves for different bias voltages are depicted in solid-curves; while the labeled markers correspond to the experimental data shown in the Upper-panel. Here, the intensity ratio of background to signal.