### Responsivity

The ratio of detector output (electrical) to input (optical), usually measured in micro-amps (electrical) per micro-watt (optical).

### responsivity

<microscopy> Similar to sensitivity, a rating of the output current from a camera tube divided by the incident flux of light, but expressed in different units. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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### responsivity

the ratio of an optical detector's electrical output to its optical input NOTE 1 - Generally expressed in amperes per watt or volts per watt of incident radiant power. NOTE 2 - 'Sensivity' is sometimes used as an imprecise synonym for responsivity.
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### responsivity

quotient of the detector output Y by the detector input X s = Y/X NOTE - If the detector output is Yo in the absence of input, and is Yt when there is a detector input X, the responsivity is s = (Yt— Yo)/X.
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### Responsivity

(spectral sensitivity) The response or sensitivity of any system as a function of incident wavelength. In radiometry, it is the output of a device versus wavelength.
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### Responsivity

Responsivity measures the input–output gain of a detector system. In the specific case of a photodetector, responsivity measures the electrical output{dn|date=August 2014} per optical input. The term responsivity is also used to summarize input–output relationship in non-electrical systems. For example, a neuroscientist may measure how neurons...
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