Dynamic range

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<Font color="blue">Plage dynamique</Font> (''Fr'').  
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<Font color="blue">Plage dynamique</Font> (''Fr''); <Font color="red">Dynamikumfang</Font> (''Ge''); <Font color="black">Gamma dinamica</Font> (''It''); <Font color="purple">ダイナミックレンジ</Font> (''Ja'');  <Font color="brown">Динамический диапазон</Font> (''Ru''); <Font color="green">Rango dinámico</Font> (''Sp'').
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The '''dynamic range''' of a detector may be defined as the range between the smallest detectable photon count rates (determined by inherent detector noise such as readout and dark noise) to the largest acceptable photon count rates (determined by the dead time).
The '''dynamic range''' of a detector may be defined as the range between the smallest detectable photon count rates (determined by inherent detector noise such as readout and dark noise) to the largest acceptable photon count rates (determined by the dead time).
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Plage dynamique (Fr); Dynamikumfang (Ge); Gamma dinamica (It); ダイナミックレンジ (Ja); Динамический диапазон (Ru); Rango dinámico (Sp).


The dynamic range of a detector may be defined as the range between the smallest detectable photon count rates (determined by inherent detector noise such as readout and dark noise) to the largest acceptable photon count rates (determined by the dead time).