Talk:Pseudorandom noise

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the meaning of chip rate is unclear.

some references to chip rate appear to contradict the article.

-- Waveguy 03:24, 27 Jan 2005 (UTC)

it seems that a description of maximal length sequences (m-length sequences) would fit. these have applications in impulse response measurements of sound among other things. i am not sure if this is the same as the n-sequences link to here.

why does this exist?[edit]

I don't understand what advantages does this random noise have, what problems does it solve. Is it a way to provide security to communication? Or maybe to avoid interference with other devices?