Active noise control

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Active noise control

Electronic masking of sound to cover unwanted or intrusive sound, such as speech or equipment noise.
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James Botham, secretary of the anti-noise group, said: "Residents must use this further opportunity to scrutinise the proposals and make their voices heard.
HELMET SHELL Light shell offers comfort and maximum protection; INNER LINING Suspension to protect the head during acceleration; EAR GUARDS Anti-noise device blocks out drone at 1,500mph; X-RAY VISOR Infra-red images will let him see through fuselage; RADIO For contact with ground control and other pilots; OXYGEN MASK To help air intake amid huge G-force pressures; FLY PAST: Wartime goggles
Presently, the UK's main anti-noise legislation is the Environmental Proctection Act of 1990, which is criticised because its definition of noise nuisance is difficult to satisfy
Which is where the admiration of the anti-noise campaigners and the anti-pollution lobby starts to be tinged with the worry of those concerned with road safety.
The transport ministry said Tuesday it will impose a special landing fee of 300 yen per passenger at Osaka Airport from around October next year to finance anti-noise measures around the airport.
They tried to deal with noisy modernity in all its forms by launching anti-noise crusades, legislating what constituted social noise and punishing transgressors, and by trying to make people and machines quieter.
The Heathrow anti-noise group HACAN ClearSkies is urging the government to ban the glass bottles as they could be used as weapons.
The stainless steel USDA approved detectors utilize a digital signal processing and an anti-noise technique that memorizes the residual background signal of conductive products like meat and cancels it out by emitting an equal and opposite signal; this feature assures accurate metal detection.
Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena, which created the agency that runs the Burbank Airport, have secured more than $30 million in funding for their anti-noise program in which about 5,000 homes ultimately will be soundproofed.
The court in Strasbourg, France, was deciding on a case brought last year against the government by Heathrow anti-noise group HACAN ClearSkies.
ANTI-NOISE PROTESTORS have won a historic European Court judgement, which could lead to a ban on night flights throughout the continent of Europe.
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