cable noise

cable noise

[′kā·bəl ‚nȯiz]
(electronics)
Electrical noise that is picked up by the conductors in a cable.
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After several months of research and testing, thinksound has developed the ts01 sport headphone; which include Active Lifestyle Ear Hooks that wrap around the ear providing a more stable fit while also eliminating cable noise.
From a sound quality point of view, I've found the type that sit right in your ear canal work best - if you don't mind listening to cable noise every time the cable brushes against anything.
As a result, the TI design has a higher performance level that allows better transmission quality under extreme cable noise conditions.
Assuming that the cable noise figure is equal to its loss, the total noise figure is given by [F.
In-use tests at Ford plants reveal no indication of cable noise.
Coated cable virtually eliminates unwanted cable noise.
After several months of research and testing, thinksound has developed the Active Lifestyle Ear Hooks that wraps around the ear providing the user a more stable fit while also eliminating cable noise.
Their cable impairment active correction technology and robust DSP capabilities filter out cable noise and support remote cable diagnostics functionality.
Vitesse's Ethernet IC product families include the SimpliPHY[TM] Gigabit Ethernet Copper PHY devices, which contain innovative timing recovery and adaptive equalization algorithms that increase cable noise tolerance levels.
Using a proprietary energy detection circuit to filter random cable noise, ActiPHY detects the presence of link pulses, restores active power and puts the port back into normal operation.
The 6430 sourcemeter has a small remote preamplifier, which makes it possible to locate the preamp at the source of current, minimizing cable noise that can reduce measurement sensitivity.
To help combat that expense, the VSC8641 also includes Vitesse's robust digital signal processing (DSP) technology for greater tolerance to clock frequency offsets and cable noises associated with voltage and temperature variations that may disturb both the cabling and access equipment.