white noise

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white noise

a complex, rushing sound consisting of many frequencies over a wide band.
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A sound with equal energy at all frequencies, which can be eliminated by raising the ‘cut-off’ of the detection device
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white noise

A sound with equal energy at all frequencies, which can be eliminated by raising the 'cut-off' of the detection device. Cf Chaos.
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white noise

(wīt noyz)
A complex sound consisting of many frequencies over a wide band of frequencies; often used for masking of hearing in the nontest ear in the measurement of hearing.
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