Any noise exclusive of an intentional signal in a test room environment. The noise may come from outside or from within the room.
The existing noise in a transmission media. In telephone lines, this is usually heard as the background "hiss" & is due to electrical signals traveling down the line. Also called "background" or "white" noise.
background noise that is normally ignored.
The environmental sounds in a testing area.
The existing noise levels before an operation starts. Can be considered the background noise.
The lowest background noise level in a space, which is a composite of sound from sources both near and far, but none of which are identifiable as being from a specific source, such as a nearby ringing phone.
A noise level that is always present.
The noise level of the environment.
The sound that exists in a room that does not come from a loudspeaker, musical instrument or some other intentional sound source. A person speaking to an audience is not ambient noise, etc.
The background sound inherent to a location such as traffic noise or air conditioning.
Ambient noise encompasses all sound present in a given environment, being usually a composite of sounds from many sources near and far.
The typical or persistent environmental background noise present in the ocean.
Background sounds, such as wind blowing, breathing, chains dragging, etc. Some games will substitute a conglomeration of these sounds for music, sometimes even making them semi-melodic.
The total of all noise in a system or situation, independent of the presence of the specific sound to be measured. In acoustical measurements, strictly speaking, ambient noise means electrical noise in the measurement system. However, in popular usage, ambient noise is also used to mean "background noise" or "residual noise."
Unwanted background noise in a room picked up by an audio sensor. Close Glossary Window
Background noise, which competes with the main speech signal.
The sounds within a given environment from many different sources.
the totally encompassing noise in a given situation at a given time
the sounds of the environment that envelop voice on an audio signal, including background noise and transient noises