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IEEE 191

Sound Recording and Reproducing: Methods of Measurement of Noise

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 1 January 1953
Status: inactive
Page Count: 7
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INTRODUCTION

General Description

Noise is a limiting factor in any system which stores information because it limits the signal-to-noise ratio and hence the total quantity of stored data. This applies in the field of sound recording and reproducing, as well as in any information storage system.

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IEEE 191
January 1, 1953
Sound Recording and Reproducing: Methods of Measurement of Noise
INTRODUCTION General Description Noise is a limiting factor in any system which stores information because it limits the signal-to-noise ratio and hence the total quantity of stored data. This...
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