discrete noise

discrete noise

The noise produced by the regular passage of rotating blades through the wakes from the preceding stationary vanes.
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The ability of an electronic device to deliver noise power to an external circuit usually is characterized by adding discrete noise voltage and current generators to its black box representation.
The discrete noise voltage and current at a particular reference plane can be sampled for a long but finite period of time and the samples represented as Fourier series.
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