Does anyone know the Function for white noise ( F(t)=?), Thanks ;)
Posted on 2003-08-20 20:25:06 by x86asm
is it legal to use a random number generator to make white noise?
Posted on 2003-08-24 11:48:44 by x86asm

white noise?

Uhm, white noise? Is that what you call the black and white "pixels" you see on the analog TVs when there is no transmition?
Posted on 2003-08-24 12:46:32 by scientica
And thank God it is. We have enough problems with spred spectrum. Malicious interference carries a heavy penalty. I beleive it is 5 thousand dollars and or 5 years in prison.
Posted on 2003-08-25 22:42:31 by mrgone
I don't get it. Why would it be illegal to use random numbers to generate white noise, except for the purpose that mrgone posted?

Anyhow, white noise has a constant amplitude for all frequency range. This gives you a hint, right? Use NaN's FFT code to get the time domain function value.

(Or, am I way off topic by thinking it as an asm programming problem? :) )
Posted on 2003-08-26 03:57:06 by Starless