The ECRC software will serve a double mission: eliminate the atmospheric noise
and make possible the simultaneous observation of multiple objects placed at different distances from the Earth.
This multiplicity reflects in Dreamcrusher's music, which follows in the tradition of frantic yet atmospheric noise
music made by bands in the late ' 90s, when they were coming of age and finding their own musical tastes.
The procedures to generate TRNGs often measure a random physical occurrence, such as radioactive decay or atmospheric noise
, although the use of dice or coin flipping is still used.
Typical EMI sources included natural atmospheric noise
, motor commutators, fluorescent lights, automobile ignition systems, and overhead power lines.
Beck's alternation between still shots and movement, spoken utterances and atmospheric noise
, contemporary conversation and forty-year-old text foregrounds communication itself--a communication in perpetual relay between subjects and contexts, past and present--as the film's main subject.
However, it has begun experimenting with long-range facial imagery under an Army contract with Securics, a company focused on eliminating the effects of atmospheric noise
The rest of the package strikes all the right notes, with stunning visuals and perfect atmospheric noise
At lower frequencies of short-wave band, the atmospheric noise
One of the first of these physical random-number generators, called Random.org, uses a radio to pull random numbers out of the atmospheric noise
generated by weather systems.
With original music by Dusty Trails that included samba, atmospheric noise
, and text with a slight delay, like a mirror reflection, the hour-long dance was utterly engaging.
At 1 GHz, the atmospheric noise
temperature for clear air (7.5 g/[m.sup.3] of water vapor) increases from approximately 2 K for a narrow-beam antenna pointed at zenith to approximately 70 to 80 K at the horizon.
By 1967, radio astronomy had taken advantage of new masers - or microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation devices - that operated at cryogenic temperatures to obviate thermal and other atmospheric noise
in deep-space radio detection.