In electronic parlance noise is any sound produced by machinery which is not part of the signal passing through that machinery. Noise occurs in both audio and video electronics, and equipment manufacturers go to great lengths to eliminate or at least limit the amount of noise present to the eye and ear of the equipment user.

June 1, 1982
Richard Robinson

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