self-noise

self-noise

See noise.

self-noise

In a sound attenuator in an HVAC system, the noise which is generated as a result of the flow of air through the attenuator.
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The unique dual-diaphragm omnidirectional design yields extraordinary off-axis consistency and industry-leading low self-noise creating lifelike vocal clarity and warmth.
The seismometer operates with low self-noise and features a large dynamic range to enable the sensor to quietly observe and measure high-quality ground motion data.
The work of this paper is backgrounded by prediction or evaluation and control of mechanical self-noise in sonar array cavity.
The measurement accuracy in accordance with [12] is influenced directly by the primary sensor self-noise. Besides, temperature drift [15,16] and special aspects of the output to the mode of the molecular-electronic sensor must be taken into account [17, 18].
Achieving such performances, however, implies the increasing complexity of muffler designs, often leading to the emergence of undesired noise produced by the flow circulating inside a muffler, or muffler self-noise. Addressing those issues early in the development process using an experimental process based on prototyping can be complex, time-consuming and expensive.
Background levels below this noise floor cannot be reliably detected because they are largely masked by electronic self-noise.
Music of concert contains some self-noise and large range of frequency components.
Besides, A Hidden Markov Model based meter self-noise cancellation method for Electromagnetic measurements has been proposed in [9].
A good point to start with the combline filter design is to estimate the noise in the varactors through bias-resistances and self-noise effects, and calculate from that an appropriate filter Q value.
The AAT3236 also features low self-noise for powering sensitive RF circuitry.
These permit a vehicle self-noise event to be easily separated from extraneous traffic noises -- something not possible with outside microphones.
The room itself should be designed to be free from equipment noise and should attempt to minimize the effects of self-noise (i.e., scraping of chairs, conversations).