radio noise

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: noise - static at radio wavelengthsradio noise - static at radio wavelengths    
atmospheric static, atmospherics, static - a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference
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The far side could be ideal to learn more about space using radio astronomy as it is shielded from the radio noise of Earth.
Kobylik said that the new ignition wires provided to the Mooney owner--now standard equipment--have a much higher resistance (5700 ohms/foot) and have eliminated radio noise issues.
The researchers set up the EDGES antennae in the desert to eliminate as much radio noise as possible, selecting an isolated site at the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory in Australia, run by that nation's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
Other sensors would also need to be present on the payload package as well, like a device to detect radio noise or static, maybe an infrared camera to detect temperatures, a microphone ...
Everything from user mouse clicks, radio noise and timing jitter in the hardware to sounds captured by a microphone or video captured by a camera, all yield some amount of entropy.
The above examples also illustrate the need for any smart infrastructure to mitigate interference and radio noise, especially as the number of wireless networks will undoubtedly increase within the fledgling smart city as more services are rolled out.
However, smart infrastructure must also mitigate interference and radio noise, especially since the number of wireless networks within the city will increase as more services are rolled out.
Kawai, K., Tsuda, T., Uno, T., Taki, H., Ichikawa, K., "Radio Noise in AM-band by Common Voltage which Occurs in the Electric Capacity between Vehicles and the Ground" JSAE Annual Spring Congress, May.2012.
Naturally, this compatibility applies to all of the facility's electronics, though the greatest source of radio noise seems to come from the actuator motors.
Radio noise and dogs' barking welcome me to the big compound.
Recordings from the databases for different SDLs with radio noise were used.
To simulate the experience of radio tuning, we intentionally create static noise between the stations which work like real radio noise. Each skin look and feel likes analog radio with unique style and different method of controls, such as rolling knob, touch and swipe the band controller, etc.

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