Noise refers to any outside and unwanted statistics that interferes with a transmission sign. Noise can decrease transmission strength and disturb universal conversation perFormance. In communications, noise may be created by using radio waves, strength lines, lightning and horrific connections.
There are four predominant forms of noise:
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