Definition of Amplitude level
1. Noun. The level on a scale of amplitude.
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Literary usage of Amplitude level
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1. Low Vision And Blindness: Research And Development by Gale (INT) Watson (1999)
"Examples of amplitude spectra relative to average amplitude level for the stimulus intervals representing "far" (200 cm) and "near" (in this case, ..."
2. Technical Digest Symposium on Optical Fiber Measurements edited by P. A. Williams, G. W. Day (2001)
"Two sets of cusps are clearly defined, and two more cusps can be seen where the signal approaches the background noise level at the 0.1 amplitude level. f: ..."
3. Guide for the Use of the International System of Units (SI) by B. N. Taylor (1995)
"... F0 being a reference amplitude. Level of a power quantity is defined by the relation LP = (1/2) ln(P/P0), where P/P0 is the ratio of two powers, ..."