Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) is a weighted average of noise level over time. It is used to compare the noisiness of neighborhoods. CNEL is frequently used in regulations of airport noise impact on the surrounding community. A CNEL exceeding 65db is generally considered unacceptable for a residential neighborhood.
- National Council for Economics and Labour, CNEL in Italy
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