noise killer

noise killer

[′nȯiz ‚kil·ər]
(electronics)
Device installed in a circuit to reduce its interference to other circuits.
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Tokyo, Japan, Aug 26, 2006 - (JCN) - Matsushita Electric brand Panasonic has announced the world's first noise killer SD audio player.
The noise killer option was moved so that its light was visible from the clear side window, and a second window is now an option for the other side of the system.
The AOpen ATX-300GT series also comes with a ball bearing fan and the Fan Noise Killer option offering a much quieter office environment for systems based on this innovative design.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Midland Consumer Radio has introduced a new mobile CB with their exclusive ESP(TM)2 Noise Killer circuit.
The ESP(TM)2 noise killer circuit senses the strength of the signal being received, and adjusts automatically to boost weak signals and apply noise reduction as needed.
The AOpen SPS300-60BT(12V) series also comes with a ball bearing fan and the Fan Noise Killer option offering a much quieter office environment for systems based on this innovative design.
This CB has Midland's exclusive ESP(TM)2 Noise Killer circuit for better sound and increased reception range.
The AOpen SPS250/300 series also comes with a ball bearing fan and the Fan Noise Killer option offering a much quieter office environment for systems based on this innovative design.