Gaussian-noise meaning

(1) In communications, a random interference generated by the movement of electricity in the line. It is similar to white noise, but confined to a narrower range of frequencies. You can actually see and hear Gaussian noise when you tune your TV to a channel that is not operating. Contrast with white noise and pink noise. See Gaussian distribution and Gaussian blur.
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White noise that has a probability density graphed as a normal distribution, or Gaussian distribution, also known as a bell curve because of its bell-like shape. The Gaussian distribution is named for Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777
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