whitening filter

whitening filter

[′wīt·niŋ ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electrical filter which converts a given signal to white noise. Also known as prewhitening filter.
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Hundreds of years ago, sugar refiners discovered that bone char from cattle worked well as a whitening filter, and this practice is now the industry standard.
Nevertheless, bone char filters are the most efficient and most economical whitening filters, thereby maintaining their position as the industry's cane sugar filter of choice.