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What is the difference between noise and interference?

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asked Mar 16 by adeoba Grandmaster (9,390 points)
retagged Jun 3 by adeoba
Are they the same thing? Are they different?

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answered Mar 16 by adeoba Grandmaster (9,390 points)

Noise and Interference are technically radio communication terms, and they are different. Interference is disturbance to the main signal coming from the same channel as the signal, while noise is a disturbance to signal coming from a different channel. A simple example of interference is the crackling you might hear on your radio when the signal is not clear, and a simple example of noise is when your pals are shouting and you can't hear that latest sports scores on radio or TV. Personal note: Interference is also used by covert agencies in mind-set or control programs.

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