current noise

current noise

[′kər·ənt ‚noiz]
(electronics)
Electrical noise of uncertain origin which is observed in certain resistances when a direct current is present, and which increases with the square of this current.
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The current noise level around it is not good for Nike or the IAAF.
The influence of the current noise caused by external magnetic fluxes that go through the cable is also reduced through this twisted pair structure, resulting in High-Resolution sound with a sense of presence.
Most current noise prediction solutions require the model to be input in 2D which may result in lower quality input data.
Given the current noise levels are not well tolerated by the community, it calls into question the value of noise modeling that predicts a marginal increase will be acceptable," Professor Durrheim commented.
Going by that table, the current noise level touching 85 dB is almost 16 times higher than the prescribed limit, a CRRI scientist said.
He covers Landauer-BA1/4ttiker formalism, current noise, non-stationary scattering theory, direct current and alternating current generated by the dynamic scatterer, noise generated by the dynamic scatterer, energetics of a dynamic scatterer, a dynamic mesoscopic capacitor, and quantum circuits with a mesoscopic capacitor as a particle emitter.
The current noise regulations for Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, which have been in place since 2006, were due to run out in October but have now been extended for another two years to October 2014.
The current noise in a 1 T[omega] feedback resistor at a typical 3 Hz bandwidth would be ~8x[10.
He said: "These announcements have largely gone unnoticed compared with the current noise surrounding the future of other industries in the UK, including the automotive sector.
For this a specifically designed transient and permanent fault identification unit is used to capture high frequency current noise generated by the fault arc.
From my point of view, I believe the current noise and frequency of trains is acceptable.
And if current noise and pollution forecasts do indeed represent a worst-case scenario, well then, putting our genuinely sustainable approach into practice will be that much easier, won't it?
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