wide-band noise

bruit à bande large, bruit à large spectre

English-French dictionary of labour protection . 2015.

Regardez d'autres dictionnaires:

  • noise — 1. Unwanted sound, particularly complex sound that lacks a musical quality because the various frequencies of which it is composed are not whole or partial number multiples (harmonics) of each other. 2. Unwanted additions to a signal not arising… …   Medical dictionary

  • Noise (music) — Noise music Stylistic origins Modernism 20th century classical music Electronic art music Musique concrète Electroacoustic music Performance art Free improvisation Cultural origins Early 1910s Europe Typical instruments …   Wikipedia

  • Noise Floor (Rarities: 1998–2005) — Noise Floor (Rarities: 1998 2005) Compilation album by Bright Eyes Released …   Wikipedia

  • noise — /noyz/, n., v., noised, noising. n. 1. sound, esp. of a loud, harsh, or confused kind: deafening noises. 2. a sound of any kind: to hear a noise at the door. 3. loud shouting, outcry, or clamor. 4. a nonharmonious or discordant group of sounds. 5 …   Universalium

  • Wide Awake in America — Infobox Album Name = Wide Awake in America Type = ep Artist = U2 Border = yes Released = May 1985 Recorded = 1984–1985 Genre = Rock Length = 20:42 Label = Island Producer = U2, Tony Visconti, Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois Reviews = *Allmusic… …   Wikipedia

  • Wide Awakes — The Wide Awakes was a para military campaign organization affiliated with the Republican Party during the 1860 election. Similar organizations affiliated with the Democratic Party were called the Douglas Invincibles , Young Hickories or… …   Wikipedia

  • Hybrid (Welsh band) — Hybrid Background information Origin Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom Genres …   Wikipedia

  • Low-noise block converter — A low noise block converter (LNB, for low noise block, or sometimes LNC, for low noise converter) is the (receiving, or downlink) antenna of what is commonly called the parabolic (actually paraboloid) satellite dish commonly used for satellite TV …   Wikipedia

  • Citizens' band radio — Typical 1980s CB base station, used with outdoor antenna. This radio may also be used in an automobile, since it is powered by 13.8V DC. Shown with Astatic Power D 104 desk mic …   Wikipedia

  • Critical band — The term critical band, introduced by Harvey Fletcher in the 1940s, referred to the frequency bandwidth of the then loosely defined auditory filter. Psychophysiologically, beating and auditory roughness sensations can be linked to the inability… …   Wikipedia

  • White noise — is a random signal (or process) with a flat power spectral density. In other words, the signal contains equal power within a fixed bandwidth at any center frequency. White noise draws its name from white light in which the power spectral density… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.