Definition of Ground noise
1. Noun. Extraneous noise contaminating sound measurements that cannot be separated from the desired signal.
Generic synonyms: Background, Background Signal
Specialized synonyms: Surface Noise
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Literary usage of Ground noise
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1. The Still-hunter by Theodore Strong Van Dyke (1904)
"But though, on account of the greater distances of game, etc., in open ground, noise is not so fatal to success as ..."
2. Decadal Survey of Civil Aeronautics: Foundation for the Future by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"There might be some indirect benefit through the reduction of emissions or ground noise by optimizing flight ..."
3. A Digest of the Law of Uses and Profits of Landby Stephen Martin Leake by Stephen Martin Leake (1888)
"As to noise, there is no mode of resistance except by action; and in the cose of open and unoccupied ground noise is no nuisance and not actionable, and, ..."
4. A Missionary's Life in the Land of the Gods by Isaac Dooman (1914)
"The whole thing would assume now the aspect of a picnic ground. Noise and hustle would exceed all expression, ..."