white noise(redirected from White Noise (sound))
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Acoustical or electrical noise of which the intensity is the same at all frequencies within a given band over time.
[From the analogy with white light.]
a. sound or electrical noise that has a relatively wide continuous range of frequencies of uniform intensity
b. noise containing all frequencies rising in level by six decibels every octave
random noise with a uniform frequency spectrum over a wide range of frequencies.