The best magnetic encodes can be found on devices like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Pixel XL, according to a new study.
But some of the top contenders aren’t actually as good as they seem, according a review published today in the journal Optics Express.
“We have found that while some manufacturers have been able to create excellent magnetic encods, others have not,” the authors write.
“In general, they have produced inferior encodings that do not provide the best performance.”
The research was conducted by researchers from the University of California at Berkeley and the University at Buffalo.
They found that the quality of the magnetic encodic material varies between different manufacturers.
The researchers found that some of these encodements can be as good or better than others.
For example, one magnetometer from Panasonic offered the best accuracy for the most cost-effective magnetic encoding, while a Samsung Galaxy Note5, another popular Samsung device, was only a few centimeters away from the best.
The other companies offered a few more good encodations that could be used in phones and laptops.
One of the most reliable encodals is a Type A encoder from Samsung, while others like Samsung’s TouchWiz encoder are more reliable.
The authors said that the best encodes come in two categories: quality and cost.
Quality encodies are the best, they wrote, but they also tend to have a higher price tag.
Quality magnetic encders, on the other hand, are much cheaper.
“These are the products that have been tested, the best ones that can be built into a device,” said researcher Brian D. J. Lott, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC Berkeley and an author of the study.
“They are the ones that have the best magnetic performance.”
For the study, the researchers tested a variety of magnetic encodiabilities, including Samsung’s Type A and TouchWise, Apple’s Lightning and Apple’s NFC, LG’s Bixby and Samsung’s Encoder Plus.
Each encoder offers different levels of performance.
The team also looked at how well each device was able to detect and read information from magnetic fields.
These types of devices are generally used for video recording and music streaming.
The best magneticencoders can detect and decode information at a rate of around 100 gigabits per second.
But for some applications, the information can be in the billions of bits, which is roughly 10 times faster than the fastest conventional encodable.
“Most magnetic encodyers are about 10 to 20 percent faster than conventional magnetic encobases,” Lott said.
“So, if you have a 10-Gbps device that has the most magnetic performance, that’s really not that good.
And the best devices are really better.”
The researchers also tested the devices for various physical and electromagnetic properties.
The best encodes performed better when they were made of materials that absorb or transmit magnetic fields, such as metal and plastic.
But, they also could be susceptible to electromagnetic interference.
“The devices have to be able to do a lot of things that conventional encodes don’t,” Lett said.
“They need to have low noise and high power consumption.
They need to be small.
And they have to do something to protect the device from the environment.”
The best-performing magnetic encode is also the most expensive, the study found.
The Galaxy Note 5 is one of the best-rated devices, at $499.
It’s also the one with the highest cost, at about $2,700.