noise distortion

noise distortion

[′nȯiz di‚stȯr·shən]
(communications)
Noise on a communications facility which exceeds standards governing acceptable levels and which negatively affects the signal.
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Pearbuds use balanced armature audio transducers that offer very low noise distortion and are optimally tuned to specific frequency ranges.
The pipelined SAR ADC developed by imec and Renesas Electronics achieves an excellent peak SNDR (signal to noise distortion ratio) of 70.
Standard in the Tracks model, the black-gloss-finished v8 Sound Engine produces great bass and eliminates noise distortion when the volume is turned up.
Now available in production quantities, the newly introduced Prisma 1550 nm products and 1310 nm will enable operators of hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) networks to achieve greater transmission distances, a larger number of signal subdivisions during distribution (also known as split ratios), more cost- effective narrowcasting, improved system margins and better noise distortion performance.
Improved carrier-to-noise ratio for better noise distortion performance
This prevents noise distortion, eliminates external filter components, and delivers the best possible image quality by accommodating the fast slew input rate necessary for UXGA resolution and lower bandwidths suitable for lower-resolution displays.
This new automated blood pressure monitoring system minimizes noise distortion and interference during exercise stress or "treadmill" testing on patients suspected of having coronary heart disease.
However, accurate measurements of blood pressure are difficult to obtain on many patients due to noise distortion introduced by patient's motion and the treadmill.
Delivering 101dB dynamic range and minimal noise distortion at 91dB THD+N, CS4340A and CS4341A deliver superior sound quality at competitive prices.
EC) today introduced a breakthrough in sensor technology and audio signal processing that minimizes noise distortion and interference during exercise stress or "treadmill" testing on patients suspected of having coronary heart disease.
Trial broadband services in the United States highlighted the downside of xDSL, which is unable to cover long distances because of noise distortion.
The arrival of INCA technology sets a milestone in the cable modem industry for more bandwidth with less noise distortion," said Dr.