noise generator


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noise generator

[′nȯiz ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
A device which produces (usually random) electrical noise, for use in tests of the response of electrical systems to noise, and in measurements of noise intensity. Also known as noise source.
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A noise generating circuit quantized to two levels based on semiconductor noise generator is shown at Fig.
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He gestured to a noise generator he bought online for 450 dollars and a power amplifier purchased on the Internet for 400 dollars.
Hoses must be used when the noise source is mounted resiliently; otherwise, stiff lines attached to the noise generator will interfere with the isolating action of the mounts.
At the clinic Patrick was given a noise generator and taught techniques on how to manage the condition.
All three models are available with built-in digital power measurement and noise generator with bandwidths to 20 MHz.
Variable-bandwidth noise: Allows engineers to adjust the bandwidth of the built-in noise generator to control the frequency content of their signals.
Wireless Telecom Group's Noisecom division exhibited its JV9000 adjustable VCC noise generator for power-integrity test.
However, creating a noise generator that delivers a consistently high level of performance over all combinations of frequency and noise density poses a formidable challenge.
0 receiver test solution is based on the J-BERT N4903B high-performance serial BERT, the N4916B de-emphasis signal converter, the 81150A pulse function arbitrary noise generator, an Infiniium 90000 X-Series high-performance oscilloscope, new accessories and new N5990A test automation software.
The LXI class C-compliant pulse function arbitrary noise generator features glitch-free change of timing parameters including delay, frequency, transition time, width, and duty cycle.
The new design utilizes a semiconductor noise generator with a small horn that radiates its output noise through the absorber layer kept at ambient temperature, as shown in Figure 3.