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Synonyms for noise

Synonyms for noise

sounds or a sound, especially when loud, confused, or disagreeable

the sensation caused by vibrating wave motion that is perceived by the organs of hearing

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to engage in or spread gossip

Synonyms for noise

the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality

a loud outcry of protest or complaint

incomprehensibility resulting from irrelevant information or meaningless facts or remarks

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the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan

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The radio noise floor is the level of unavoidable radio static in
A masking system addresses these issues by distributing a background sound throughout the facility, raising the noise floor to a comfortable 42dBA to 48dBA, or higher where required.
In five of these seven ears, DPOAE amplitudes were significantly above the noise floor at 500 Hz, 750 Hz, and 1 kHz and below the noise floor at the higher frequencies.
More complex or broadband jitter will raise the converter noise floor.
It has the same low noise floor as a half-inch microphone and optimised multifield response.
TABLE I MA4IQP900M-1291 MODULATOR/DEMODULATOR TYPICAL PERFORMANCE Frequency (MHz) 850 to 960 Carrier suppression (dBc) 39 Sideband suppression (dBc) 30 3 X I (dBc) 60 5 X I (dBc) 96 Output noise floor (dBm/Hz) -163 ACPR (dB) 68 Phase balance ([degrees]) 2.
The energy of multiple pulses from different devices stepping on one another, were they to occur in the same instant in time, can have a cumulative effect and potentially bring their cumulative energy out of the noise floor.
Designed for TETRA use in the 200 to 600 MHz band, the RF2485 features a broadband noise floor of -149 dBm/Hz typical at 5 MHz offset along with ACPR of -48 dBc typical at 25 kHz.
In order to establish whether DPOAEs were detectable in each perforation condition, we adopted a criterion threshold of 3 dB above the noise floor.
A key parameter determining the mechanical noise floor of an AFM is the mechanical path length--the distance through the AFM frame--between the probe and the sample.
Both models have typical phase noise of -142 dBc/Hz at 100 Hz offset and noise floor down to -183 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz offset.
For this to hold true, the noise floor of the ADC must be adequately below the noise floor of the analog chain.
The resulting flat-line waveform shows the noise floor of the oscilloscope at a particular V/div setting.
The CVSS-940 is a true sinewave voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCX0) providing 150 dBc/Hz noise floor and [+ or -] 50 ppm minimum APR pullability.
This module provides +20 dBm of RF output power and operates with low phase noise of -90 dBc/Hz at a 10 Hz offset from the carrier, and -170 dBc/Hz on the noise floor at 100 MHz.