noise generator


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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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Further, the brewing process is not regarded as a significant noise generator.
Tenders are invited for Supply of random noise generator
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.
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.
With noise generator a similar noise is made like on the PbS detector.
Once I had things rolling, I backed off the surround levels about -3 dB below the standard reference levels previously determined by balancing channels with the processor's internal noise generator, and then found that this release was terrific sounding.
In the past year, Micronetics Wireless has introduced several new pieces of test equipment, including a new multi-channel noise generator and an integrated noise generator/multi-path fading simulator test instrument for CDMA applications.