stationary noise

stationary noise

[′stā·shə‚ner·ē ′nȯiz]
(electronics)
A random noise for which the probability that the noise voltage lies within any given interval does not change with time.
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The latter can be interpreted as a stationary noise component.
But this approach is suitable only for stationary noise conditions, for non-stationary condition this method does not perform well.
On the study of reducing the disturbance on driver's attention induced by low frequency vehicle interior stationary noise, a subjective evaluation is firstly carried out by means of rank rating method which introduces Distraction Level (DL) as evaluation index.
Furthermore, we found that the figure for CNEg was more similar to the stationary noise reference than CNEp was.
Assuming stationary noise, its correlation function has time translational invariance, and we find
Against stationary noise, the algorithm improved comprehension from an average of 35% to 85%.
During the project, stationary noise monitoring equipment was installed and a special method for calculating noise contours was applied.
It modulates any stationary noise sources in the oscillator circuit (thermal noise of the resistor and shot noise of the transistor) and makes cyclostationary noise sources.
Wavelet Analysis of the Stochastic System With Coular Stationary Noise.
For that matter, the geodetic records are disturbed not only by accidental errors, but also by a non stationary noise function g(u,v,.
The above displayed in-situ results conclude that within a stationary noise period in the site where the noise of road traffic dominates, noise distribution density as a random process is close to normal distribution.
The standing wave pattern is built up from a broadband stationary noise signal.