ambient noise


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ambient noise

Etymology: L, ambiens, around; ME, clamor
the total noise in a given environment.

ambient noise

The total noise from all sources in a given environment.
See also: noise
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Vertical coherence of ambient noise is an attractive area were more attention have been given to ambient noise in deep ocean but only few shallow water measurements have been reported during 1960's in the frequency range of less than 2kHz [5].
Though more expensive than analog varieties, newer digital hearing aids come with a variety of features and are designed to reduce ambient noise by fine-tuning sounds based on your type of hearing loss.
Seismic apparatus PCM3-EPC3 was used for short time experimental measurement of ambient noise.
According to a new study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, the ambient noise (for example, cheering after goals are scored) experienced at hockey games can induce hearing loss.
3M has launched the Littmann electronic stethoscope model 3000 featuring groundbreaking amplification and proprietary ambient noise reduction (ANR) technology.
A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, reports that the ambient noise (for example, cheering after goals are scored) experienced at hockey games can induce heating loss.
For animals in the marine environment, there have been increasing levels of stress due to the rise in ambient noise caused by humans.
The station lineup includes the N-8000MS Multifunctional Master Station, which is equipped with a 32-character alphanumeric LCD display, handset, and speed-dial functions; the N-8010MS Standard Master Station with keypad and handset, the N-8020MS Industrial Master Station for server environments; and the N-8011MS HandsFree Master Station offering simultaneous two-way communication via an innovative ambient noise sensing function.
This calls for changing the entire facility, not just the adjustability of the work station and chair, but the lighting, visual line of sight and ambient noise levels.
Cramlington-based Vivid Acoustics makes Soundshuttle induction loop systems, which help hearing aid users to hear more clearly by working with personal hearing aids to reduce ambient noise and direct speech to the user.
The sound track otherwise contains just music and ambient noise.
Finally, real ambient noise was found to be suppressed by a factor 10 to 20 in the frequency range 1 to 10 mHz.
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