wave noise

wave noise

[′wāv ‚nȯiz]
(electronics)
Noise in the electric current of a detector that results from fluctuations in the intensity of electromagnetic radiation falling on the detector.
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Wireless Telecom Group Company (NYSE American:WTT), Noisecom, on Tuesday unveiled the NC5000A Wave Guide noise sources for millimetre wave noise figure measurement.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-November 7, 2018-Noisecom introduces new millimeter wave noise sources
In its often-jarring alternations between wistful Canterbury-style melodicism and onslaughts of No Wave noise, one might also hear distant echoes of the symphonic pastorale alongside the atonal, machinic soundscapes of Futurism.
In a case a signal characteristic point (extremum) lies on the wide signal wave noise suppression is the task.
This is shown on the left of Figure 1, which depicts a sine wave noise signal and its cancellation counterpart and also the remaining residual noise that results from this interaction.
It works using an intermittent electromagnetic signal and ultrasonic wave noise to drive pests away.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 7, 2018-Noisecom introduces new millimeter wave noise sources
Since the LNAs in the receiver front-ends are basically unilateral devices, their scattering noise-matrix representation (4) can he simplified by assuming that their equivalent wave noise sources [b.sub.N1], [b.sub.N2] (see Figure 2) are uncorrelated
For [pounds sterling]150 I'll come to your house and shine my phone torch in your ear for fifteen minutes, while making wave noises to help you mediate."