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noise generator

n
1. (Electronics) a device used in synthesizers to produce high-frequency sound effects
2. (Electronics) a generator of electronic noise used to test equipment
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Help mask those things that go bump (or screech, or whatever that adorable sound of young fellas revving their engines in the street outside is called) in the night with this ambient noise generator, complete with timer and volume control.
Dutch firm Philips has gone still further with a soft headband called SmartSleep, which includes a white noise generator that aims to deepen sleep.
'Further, the brewing process is not regarded as a significant noise generator. Thus it is reasonably considered that the development proposal will not create a noise nuisance'.
He might then have settled back on the smoother sections, disengaged the fake noise generator and discovered a car that covers ground rapidly enough to entertain a keen driver, even if its power lags behind the hottest of hatches.
Amongst other features, the VM series packs in a CNG (comfortable noise generator), echo canceller, and jitter buffer.
Relevant transistor in linear region can be evaluated as voltage controlled resistor and a powerful thermal noise generator. As it can be seen in (3) and (5), if channel widths of [M.sub.1]-[M.sub.4] and [M.sub.10] increase independently, current and voltage referred noise will be decreasing.
The source noise can be obtained algorithmically using, for example, a congruential generator, or physically, using a semiconductor noise generator.
Seven noise generator sources located in 14 stations at 208 points were sound level metered.
* Turn off the phone and/or use a white noise generator.
However, someone could use a noise generator and a power amplifier could easily jam a 3G network and prompt handsets to resort to GSM systems commonly used as backup systems, according to Paget.
Working at the Griffith Jones Centre, St Clears team members locked themselves inside cars with a (very loud) pink noise generator, a high-quality microphone and the latest spectral analysing software to map out the sonic behaviour of the car interior.