impulse noise Noise of large amplitude and some statistical irregularity, affecting an analog channel severely but (relatively) infrequently. In contrast, white noise affects it (relatively) unseverely but continuously. Impulse noise affecting an analog channel carrying a binary signal usually causes burst errors.
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