|In the real world, noise is sound that hinders the effective hearing of important audio information in an environment. In the case of wireless technologies, noise is somewhat similar to noise in the real world.
Noise refers to distortions in signals that make it tougher for the receiving ends of a transmission network to interpret signals. It is almost impossible to remove noise totally from transmission networks wired or wireless, but it is of paramount importance for noise to be minimised in telecommunication networks.
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