Selectivity



noun
1.
the state or quality of being selective.
2.
Electricity. the property of a circuit, instrument, or the like, by virtue of which it can distinguish oscillations of a particular frequency.
3.
Radio. the ability of a receiving set to receive any one of a band of frequencies or waves to the exclusion of others.
noun
1.
the state or quality of being selective
2.
the degree to which a radio receiver or other circuit can respond to and separate the frequency of a desired signal from other frequencies by tuning
3.
the principle that welfare services should go only to those whose need is greatest, as revealed by needs tests, means tests, etc

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