impulse noise


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impulse noise

[′im‚pəls ‚nȯiz]
(electricity)
Noise characterized by transient short-duration disturbances distributed essentially uniformly over the useful passband of a transmission system.
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The level limiter that is known in measuring technique with the limits corresponding to the maximum value of the useful signal does not provide effective suppression of impulse noise in case when the signal is much less than the maximum.
Impulse noise [7] typically arises from the malfunctioning arrays in camera sensors or faulty memory locations in hardware and it affects an image by seriously devastating the gray scales of some pixels (but keeping the other pixels noise-free).
Effects of impulse noise and continuous steady state noise on hearing.
A common approach is to choose a window length that preserves the desired signal features and attenuates the impulse noise well.
Ramadan, "Efficient restoration method for images corrupted with impulse noise," Circuits System and Signal Processing, vol.
The impulse noises were mainly mechanical noises derived from cutting and impacting activities.
We performed measurements of impulse noise that originated from electrical appliances and affected the telephone lines.
Designed for a wide-range of shooters, GunSport PROs are electronic earplugs that allow users to hear naturally as it nothing is in their ears, but protect against bearing damage caused by sudden impulse noise, such as blasts from firearms.
Our paper deals with the image quality enhancement of color images following RGB color space and the video sequences that are affected with impulse noise.
Many factors, such as channel attenuation, white noise, RF noise from nearby radio transmitters, impulse noise from electrical machines and relays, may cause the channel unreliability.
Ironically, it has been soldiers returning from recent wars who have advanced our scientific understanding of noise injury, especially those caused by impulse noise.