cable noise

cable noise

[′kā·bəl ‚nȯiz]
(electronics)
Electrical noise that is picked up by the conductors in a cable.
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"Cable news has become cable noise. It was intended to be an opportunity to inform people, and instead it has become an opportunity to inflame people," he said.
After several months of research and testing, thinksound has developed the ts01 sport headphone; which include Active Lifestyle Ear Hooks that wrap around the ear providing a more stable fit while also eliminating cable noise.
From a sound quality point of view, I've found the type that sit right in your ear canal work best - if you don't mind listening to cable noise every time the cable brushes against anything.
As a result, the TI design has a higher performance level that allows better transmission quality under extreme cable noise conditions.
Assuming that the cable noise figure is equal to its loss, the total noise figure is given by [F.sub.tot,lin] = [F.sub.rec,lin][L.sub.cab] or [F.sub.tot,dB] = [F.sub.rec,dB] + [L.sub.cab,dB], resulting in base station noise figures referred to the antenna ranging from 5.5 to 10.5 dB.
In-use tests at Ford plants reveal no indication of cable noise. Further tests show communication errors due to electrical noise are eliminated up to the capacitance level of the testing equipment (4 to 5 KV).
After several months of research and testing, thinksound has developed the Active Lifestyle Ear Hooks that wraps around the ear providing the user a more stable fit while also eliminating cable noise. In addition to thinksound in-ear headphones, the Active Lifestyle Ear Hooks are compatible with many different brands of earphones.