**Adding White Noise (Gaussian Noise) To a Set of 3D Points**Hi All,
Could somebody please tell me how I would go about adding white noise to
a set of 3d points. I am looking to implement this in c++ so if
anybody already has a library or some code snippet as an example it
would be much appreiciated.
Adam
"Adam Hartshorne:
> Could somebody please tell me how I would go about adding white noise to
> a set of 3d points.
Could you please explain what do you mean by adding noise to a set
of points? You mean: jitter the coordinates? Or what?
Anyway, white noise is an ultralocal distribution, for different points
its values are *unc...

**Adding White Noise (Gaussian Noise) To A Set Of 3D Points**Hi All,
Could somebody please tell me how I would go about adding white noise to
a set of 3d points. I am looking to implement this in c++ so if
anybody already has a library or some code snippet as an example it
would be much appreiciated.
Adam
Adam Hartshorne wrote:
> Could somebody please tell me how I would go about adding white noise
> to a set of 3d points. I am looking to implement this in c++ so if
> anybody already has a library or some code snippet as an example it
> would be much appreiciated.
You might want to look in the archives for "Availabe C++ Librar...

**How to add white gaussian noise or any other noise in sgnal waveform and normlize it?**In one signal waveform has been normalized by flicker noise as below.
f= 0:100; % frequency points
fn = 100; % Nyquist rate
F= f/fn; % frequency vector
M= abs(100./sqrt(f)); % normalized fequency response
M= [zeros(1,6),M(6:100)]; % bound from zero frequency
[b1,a1] = yulewalk(3,F,M); % generate order=3 filter
And then using this b1,a1 co efficient graph has been drawn,
I want to do same thing using any other noise like white Gaussian noise or other, how can I do it?
I am from IT back ground so don't know well how to play with signals, please help....
Have you looked at...

**will subsampled 2-D Gaussian White noise still be white?**Hi, everyone:
I generated a 2-D matrix with spatially-uniform Gaussian
White noise.
Then I fourier transformed the matrix to frequency domain,
and sub-sampled it by a factor of 4. Since the the
sampling rate is only 1/4 of Nyquist, there will be
aliasing in the new matrix. So the new noise distribution
is no longer spatially uniform.
But will this non-uniform spatial distribution change the
power spectrum density of original white noise?
Can I say that the resultant noise is not white noise?
Thanks a lot!
On Sep 1, 5:19=A0am, "sheng fang" <maelstro...@gmail.com> wrot...

**question about white gaussian noise**does additive white gaussian noise only change the amplitude of a signal or
does it change both amplitude and phase?
"bamse" <bamse@kyllingen.dkkkk> wrote in message news:<6BEnc.4$NS3.3@news.get2net.dk>...
> does additive white gaussian noise only change the amplitude of a signal or
> does it change both amplitude and phase?
There are two ways of looking at Gaussian noise:
Time domain: Random numbers are drawn from a Gaussian distribution
and added to the samples in the signal, thus "changing the amplitude"
of the individual samples.
Frequency domain...

**additive white Gaussian noise**
Hello all
please help me ; If I want to generate the following signal
x= u*h ;
y= x+ n ;
u=[1 1 1 1 -1 -1 -1 -1 ] ;
h= random('rayl',1,8 ) ;
I want the signal to noise ration to be 5 dB ;
I am generating 8 random Rayleigh fading envelopes and multiplying them by 1 or -1 according the the Hypothesis ( In wireless sensor Network ) ;
Will I have to use var(x) ... to calculate the signal power and after that calculating the required noise power ?
In some references they use the following formula : SNR= mean(x)/ std(n)
In the paper which I am trying to implem...

**White Gaussian Noise Generation**Hi,
I'm having trouble with the randn function.
I'm trying to generate a white gaussian noise from -10<a<10
with zero mean and variance 1. I did the following:
a=-10:10;
noise=randn(size(a));
However, this doesn't seem to be correct.
The noise that i get when i plot it, doesn't start at -10, it starts
at zero.
How can I shift it so that it goes from -10 to 10?
Another question, when I check the mean and variance of the signal
using the following:
meannoise = mean(noise);
varnoise = var(noise);
The result that I get is not 0 mean and variance 1, why is that? I
thought...

**white gaussian noise #3**hello,
need urgent help. can someone explain me how does the white gaussian noise works?...how can i simulate such a signal???...
thank you,
Artur
"Artur Racu" <arturracu@yahoo.com> wrote in message <hrnhb0$s8i$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> hello,
>
> need urgent help. can someone explain me how does the white gaussian noise works?...how can i simulate such a signal???...
>
>
> thank you,
>
> Artur
if you have communications toolbox
doc awgn
doc wgn
No toolbox
doc randn
"ade77 " <ade100a@gmail.com> w...

**question about white gaussian noise**does additive white gaussian noise only change the amplitude of a signal or
does it change both amplitude and phase?
Going from off the top of my head here, so correct me if I am up the
garden path on a frosty morn.
Gaussian noise is continuous frequency spectrum (ie not discrete
frequencies) at random positions in time, thus should not have a
phase.
As far as the amplitude goes, if you multiply noise by 2, its
amplitude becomes larger (doubles). And, if you add it to itself,
with no time delay, then it is the same as multiplying by 2.
However, if you add 2 seperate lots of equivalent am...

**How to generate White gaussian noise**Is there any inbuilt function or code available to generate white
gaussian noise of desired mean and variance
Hitansu Sahoo wrote:
>
>
> Is there any inbuilt function or code available to generate white
> gaussian noise of desired mean and variance
Well, you could do it with mvrnd, but it might be easier to simply
use
N = randn(n_points,1).*sqrt(desired_variance)+desired_mean;
Temu
...

**additive white gaussian noise**Hi
Does anyone know the algorithm or have a source code for applying
Additive white gaussian noise?
thanx very much
-M-
Mesvak wrote:
> Does anyone know the algorithm or have a source code for applying
> Additive white gaussian noise?
For algorithms also try 'comp.programming'. Another newsgroup to visit
for math stuff is 'sci.math.num-analysis'. Here we mostly discuss C++
language issues, and dispensation of algorithms and sources is usually
done elsewhere. Like the Web. FYI.
V
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**Feedback white gaussian noise**I'm working on a GUI for PID tuning. My prof told me to add white
gaussian noise with variable mean and variance. But I work with
tranfer functions and I NEED to know the transfer function of the
noise to close the loop and watch controller and filter's action. This
can be easily done with Simulink, but I would have to change radically
my GUI..please tell me there's another way..
TNX
ANTRO
...

**gaussian white noise generation**hello
can any one please suggest me how to generate guassian white noise with
zero mean and variance 1 in matlab?
thanks.
"sita" <swethapriyanka@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> hello
>
> can any one please suggest me how to generate guassian white noise with
> zero mean and variance 1 in matlab?
>
> thanks.
>
If you have uniform distributed noise you can take say 12 samples and
average them then subtract the dc level.This should be approx
Guassian.Repeat process for every 12 samples giving one...

**aboute white gaussian noise**Hi, I used wgn function generate a white Gaussian noise sequences. I had thought the sequences' spectrum is like a white noise , but I finded that the spectrum is like noise. This confuse me much . Could you comment on this? Thanks a lot. here is how I call wgn function: my_noise=wgn(1,1024,1,'linear');
"agump xiaoyong" <agump123@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi, I used wgn function generate a white Gaussian noise sequences. I had
> thought the sequences' spectrum is like a white noise , but I finded
>...

**Gaussian White Noise**Hi everybody, I want to call the "Gaussian White Noise.vi" several times (lets say, in a loop) and thereby, I want to fully control the state of the random generator which is used in the VI. I think, that the "seed" input somehow determines the state of internal random generator (which is unfortunately "hidden" in a DLL). So, what I would like to have is an output parameter that returns the last state of the random generator . The idea is, that I can call the VI several times setting the "seed" input parameter equal to the state of the random generator o...

**Interpolation and the additive white gaussian noise**Dear all,
The following problem recently came up in one of my simulations. I have
a PSK modulated RRC filtered signal that I have to transmit over the
AWGN channel. Before RRC filtering, I interpolate the IQ signal to
twice the Nyquist rate. Now consider the two setups: The first one
transmits the RRC filtered signal at twice the Nyquist rate, and adds
white Gaussian noise to it. The second setup takes the RRC filtered
signal, interpolates it by some N, and then adds white Gaussian noise
to it.
In matlab:
% Code can be copied and run in matlab
% May be you will need the communication toolbox...

**Gaussian white noise code in C**Hello all,
I'm in need of a C program which implements the Gaussian white noise
algorithm in C. The program is to accept a binary file as input and
alter it according to the algorithm.
I'm affraid this project must run on Windoze :(
Thank you in advance
Jess
"Jess" <jessex@kmfms.com> wrote in message
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> Hello all,
>
> I'm in need of a C program which implements the Gaussian white noise
> algorithm in C. The program is to accept a binary file as input and
> alter it according to the algorithm.
...

**Power and variance of Gaussian White Noise**hi there
this is a newbie working on a signal denoising problem. i want to jam
a given signal with a white noise pulsed jammer such that the
effective jammer to signal ratio is some known value, say 30 db for
example.
to generate the wgn, i specify the variance in simulink for the
gaussian noise source.
what is the realtion between the variance (sigma) and power of white
gaussian noise?
could anyone guide to links to formulae for power for other
distributions?
regards, nityanand
Arjun Admirer wrote:
> hi there
>
> this is a newbie working on a signal denoising problem. i want t...

**Average power of White Gaussian Noise** Hi everyone!
I'm trying to calculate the average power of a White Gaussian Noise
signal (mean 0, variance 1). All the information I have found is
referenced to Power Spectrum Density through "Pwelch" function. Please
Help.
Best regards,
Alejandro
ferminreyes@cantv.net
The answer, my friend, is sitting there in your question.
You don't need Matlab, you need a textbook on elementary spectral
analysis.
Derek
See the thread "Power Spectrum Scaling"
Hope this helps.
Greg
Alejandro wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> I'm trying to calculate the average pow...

**How to generate Gaussian white process noise**How can we generate gaussian white process noise in matlab?
Hi Mohan,
Please see
help randn
and
help awgn
By the way, how you tried google'ing it? You can find lots of stuff.
Best.
"mohan meena" <mohanmeena123@gmail.com> wrote in message <hnfjta$4gu$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> How can we generate gaussian white process noise in matlab?
"mohan meena" <mohanmeena123@gmail.com> wrote in message <hnfjta$4gu$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> How can we generate gaussian white process noise in matlab?
>>doc randn
If you have the Commun...

**White Gaussian Noise #2 392198**Hi all,
I used y=awgn(x,SNR) function in MATLAB 2007 .
FOR X=100
SNR=-40
Answers are very different. After getting first answer, if I clear command window and type same values again, it gave different value than first answer. Can anyone explain it to me?
"Rupika Bandara" <rupika23@yahoo.com> wrote in message <hrgnsd$b2r$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Hi all,
> I used y=awgn(x,SNR) function in MATLAB 2007 .
> FOR X=100
> SNR=-40
> Answers are very different. After getting first answer, if I clear command window and type same values again, it gave di...

**white and color gaussian noise and his statistics**hi
i need to generate 2 noises kind of samples: white and color
the white is easy - randn
the color is too: filter the white through a filter (for example y(n)=a*y(n-1)+(1-a)*x(n))
how do i compute the statistics of the noise - the mean vector and variance matrix
practically:
in case of white noise it's kind of easy - all with the same distribution so i can use the mean and var functions
in color - each sample is with it's own variance and also covariance is needed, so it's problematic to compute.
"michael" <bezenchu@gmail.com> wrote in message <i2...

**How do I add White Gaussian Noise to this signal?**D=0.1; %select the value of delay spread
t=0:0.01:1; %Select the value time
%set time required to travel Tx, reflect off ceiling and strike to Rx
a=12*sqrt(11/13)*D;
%select value for unit step function
u=0.5;
%calculation impulse response
h=((6*u)*(a.^6))./((t+a).^7);
%Sample signal.
s = (exp(a*h.^2));
s1 = [s s s s s s s s s];
figure(1);
plot(conv(h,s1));
hi,
I don't really understand your code, but in reply to the title
question, I would use the function randn: it generates white Gaussian
samples with unit variance
Adam B wrote:
>
>
> D=0.1; %select the value of dela...

**Additive White Gaussian Noise Question**My understanding is that when you add AWGN to a carrier,
you make the amplitude a gaussian distribution, and then
add white noise to this (not really pure white noise, but as
high a BW as your simulation can handle).
However, if you amplitude modulate a carrier by any
AM % modulation, then your Fourier transform will
show side bands which will not be spectrally flat like
the added white noise. (this indicates how we get AM-to-PM
effects, and also makes AM seem a bit of a misnomer,
because in actuality you still alter the frequency spectrum.
Whereas you can strip the AM off an FM signal, and ...