selectivity[sə lek′tiv′ə tē]
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- the state or quality of being selective
- the degree to which a radio receiver will reproduce the signals of a given transmitter while rejecting the signals of the others
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noun pl. se·lec·tiv·i·ties
- The state or quality of being selective.
- The degree to which an electronic receiver is selective.