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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cmrr:

/kmɹ/

- common mode rejection ratio or CMRR. It is called CMRR. This common mode rejection ratio
- by Ac is CMRR. It is coming in the denominator. 1 by CMRR Vc by Vd. This formula is useful
- because the CMRR there is smaller, only 100. When you have CMRR 10 power 5 this value becomes
- 0.5 is about 0.002 and you will get around 5000 as the CMRR. 5000 will be the CMRR and
- I explained to you what CMRR is. CMRR is common mode rejection ratio which we know is the
- being a differential amplifier they have to have good CMRR. If we have a very high CMRR
- very high CMRR. But CMRR also will depend on the frequency and several other parameters
- of that and ideally it should be very large CMRR, infinity and in actual case it should
- input to common mode input. Gain Ad by Ac is what is called a CMRR and that is nearly
- Then there is a quantity called as CMRR which is common mode rejection ratio which is also
- also the various parameters like input offset voltage, the CMRR, the open loop voltage gain,
- common mode rejection ratio what is known as CMRR; then there is transfer characteristics,
- still it is a very small value of the order of 75 to 100 ohms. Similarly CMRR the common
- of CMRR it will be good to know how a differential amplifier can be considered in two different
- the common mode voltage gain. What does it say, CMRR? It tells you how much is the differential
- voltage gain larger than the common mode gain? The value of the CMRR is normally expressed
- in decibels using logarithmic. As definition CMRR log is equal to 20 log to base 10 Ad
- by Ac in decibels. For example typically for 741 this CMRR is 90 db. I already mentioned
- in noise and you will not be able to see the signal very clearly. If I have a good CMRR,
- got this characteristics which is called common mode rejection ratio CMRR very, very high