noise source

noise source

[′nȯiz ‚sȯrs]
(electronics)
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Noise source identification implies to obtain the position and frequency of the dominant noise sources accurately.
Many of these complaints resulted in enforcement action being taken against the owner/operator of the noise source. A proactive approach to addressing these common noise issues would be a much preferred path rather than a regulatory reaction which may involve the imposition of penalties and the costs of corrective actions on trash haulers, landowners, and construction companies.
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What is the name for the apparent change in pitch of a moving noise source as perceived by the listener?
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Transportation noise is perhaps the most pervasive noise source and the most difficult to avoid in society today.
"Students often live in accommodation that was originally designed for families and for individuals living separately - each creating their own noise source," said Joy Swithenbank, environmental health officer.
The noise source, in this case, is the equipment that is producing the noise level, often from mechanical operations.
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Product noise performance standards were never promulgated for noise source categories that affect the greatest number of people.