CMRR - a measure of the ability of a differential input circuit of a measuring device to reject an interfering signal that is common to both the input leads.
a measure of common mode rejection, and therefore, ideally, of the ability to reject noise
A measure in decibels of the effectiveness of a circuit in rejecting a common mode voltage.
The ability of an instrument to reject interference from a common voltage at its input terminals with relation to ground. Usually expressed in db (decibels).
A measure of the ability of a detector to damp out the effect of a common-mode-generated interference voltage; usually expressed in decibels.
Ratio of common mode input voltage to common mode output voltage, expressed in decibels (dB)
The ratio of the noise voltage in the common mode signals which can be rejected, to the noise voltage displayed in the normal mode signals. 20log (Noise voltage in normal mode signals/ Noise voltage in common mode signals)
The ratio of the input voltage range to the peak-to-peak change in input offset voltage over this range.