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broadband noise

Definition/Scope: A sound or other type of analog signal where the time history does not repeat itself. In the frequency domain, a broadband noise has a continuous spectrum -- that is, energy is present at all frequencies in a given range. This type of sound is often referred to as noise because it usually lacks a discernible pitch.



Broader Terms:

noise (sound)

Related Terms:

narrowband noise


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