noise suppression


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noise suppression

[′nȯiz sə‚presh·ən]
(electronics)
Any method of reducing or eliminating the effects of undesirable electrical disturbances, as in frequency modulation whenever the signal carrier level is greater than the noise level.
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Radiation noise suppression in the audio lines of filter-less class D amplifiers, full digital speakers and other such products.
With over 100 patents and superior performance in beam-forming noise suppression, echo cancellation and wind noise suppression, Fortemedia's solutions have been adopted by industry leaders across a wide variety of markets.
With over 100 patents and superior performance in beam-forming noise suppression, echo cancellation and wind noise suppression, Fortemedia's leading solutions have been adopted by industry leaders across a wide variety of markets.
This device is based on Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8930 and runs VoiceExperience on Hexagon DSP to meet AT&T's requirements for echo cancellation and 2-microphone noise suppression.
The new voice processor is based on the human hearing system and delivers signal enhancement capabilities that provide wideband high-definition (HD) voice and audio quality, with wideband non-stationary noise suppression to remove noise from both ends of a call.
Rooms of the noise suppression chamber are acoustically insulated from each other by rock wool boards and the external structures (walls, flooring, ceiling) as well as the frame of the chamber are installed on a rubber base to prevent infiltration of building vibrations to the noise suppression chamber.
Effective zoom noise suppression without adjusting for individual microphone characteristics
Where the noise appraisal is perceived to be less of an issue, enclosures built using an aluminium extrusion framework and polycarbonate in-fill panels will usually provide an adequate level of noise suppression, while offering excellent safety for the user.
Noise Solutions offers a folder "The Science of Silence[R]" that focuses on the firm's Noise Suppression Blueprint[TM] for compressor station equipment and other noise sources.
Algorithms ranging from dynamic-range compression and directional microphones to sound classifications and binaural noise suppression are explained, providing a comprehensive explanation of signal processing approaches used in modern digital hearing aids.
Powerful new noise suppression controls: Noiseware 4 includes an array of new noise correction controls to enable a wide range of fine tuning and superior output quality.