noise source

noise source

[′nȯiz ‚sȯrs]
(electronics)
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The trade-off for this economic benefit is an increased potential for noise generation as the equipment needed to achieve the high gas pressure can be a significant noise source.
Especially during expensive flight tests, noise source location must be fast.
The independent variable was distance to noise source, whether to shoreline or edge of the highway.
Bhayani added the louder a noise, the longer the exposure, and the closer the person is to the noise source, the more damaging it is to their nerve endings, or their hearing.
But despite the simplicity involved in its calculation, the proposed index can be a useful guide for prioritizing and selecting the dominant noise source in an industry like agriculture.
It is known that the distance of a noise barrier from a noise source or a receiver and its geometry, especially its height, are important parameters in evaluation of the efficiency of a barrier.
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.
Whether the noise source is in the caller's environment, or coming in over the cellular networks from the other end of the call, the Voice Processor instantaneously reduces multiple noise sources, such as airport PA systems, restaurant noise, car noise and street noise.
It had been determined that chain-sprocket meshing noise was the most significant noise source.
What is the name for the apparent change in pitch of a moving noise source as perceived by the listener?
Transportation noise is perhaps the most pervasive noise source and the most difficult to avoid in society today.