# Difference between revisions of "Noise Source"

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Supports output of type complex, float, int, or short. | Supports output of type complex, float, int, or short. | ||

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− | Example Flowgraph | + | ; Noise Type |

+ | : The random distribution to use, only Gaussian and Uniform are supported | ||

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+ | ; Amplitude | ||

+ | : The standard deviation of a 1-d noise process. If this is the complex source, this parameter is split among the real and imaginary parts | ||

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+ | ; Seed | ||

+ | : Seed for random generators. Note that for uniform and Gaussian distributions, this should be a negative number | ||

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+ | == Example Flowgraph == | ||

[[File:Noise-source-ex.png]] | [[File:Noise-source-ex.png]] |

## Latest revision as of 03:09, 15 July 2019

Produces a "noise" signal using either a Gaussian or Uniform distribution

Supports output of type complex, float, int, or short.

## Parameters[edit]

- Noise Type
- The random distribution to use, only Gaussian and Uniform are supported

- Amplitude
- The standard deviation of a 1-d noise process. If this is the complex source, this parameter is split among the real and imaginary parts

- Seed
- Seed for random generators. Note that for uniform and Gaussian distributions, this should be a negative number