Marine biologist Susan Parks found that right whales call louder when the level of background noise goes up.
What does BGN stand for?
BGN stands for Background Noise
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We have 21 other meanings of BGN in our Acronym Attic
- Butte Glenn Medical Society Alliance (Chico, California)
- Battle Group Multistatic Sonar System
- Bürgermeister (German: mayor)
- Bordeaux-Grenoble-Marseille-Toulouse (leukemia study)
- Britain's Got More Talent (TV program; UK)
- Bowling Green Municipal Utilities (Kentucky)
- Blood Group Antigen Gene Mutation Database
- Bean Golden Mosaic Virus
- Breakcore Gives Me Wood (club)
- Badrika Gita Narantaka (Indonesian marching band)
- Banca General Spa (Italy)
- Bare Grolleau Nivault (French metal construction company)
- Basilos Grampositivos (Spanish: Basilos-Positive)
- Beary Good News (Bourbon Central Elementary; Paris, KY)
- Believe the Good News (ministry)
- Berufsgenossenschaft Nahrungsmittel und Gastgewerbe (German: Association for Food and Hospitality Industry)
- Betriebsgewöhnliche Nutzungsdauer (German: average useful life)
- BFT (Blue Force Tracking) Global Network (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The level of background noise affects both the intensity of flavour and the perceived crunchiness of foods, researchers have found.
The agreement provides the manufacturer with background noise cancellation and call clarity enhancement in a number of voice application servers including voice mail, voice recognition, speech recognition, and conference calls.
Non-ADHD sufferers performed poorly against the background noise.
In kids free of language problems and in youngsters with SLI, constant background noise disrupted consonant detection more than intermittent background noise did.
Simedia SounderCover lets you add background noise to any incoming or outgoing call.
You Might Need A Heating Aid If: * people say you're shouting when you talk to them * you need the TV or radio turned up louder than other people do * you often have to ask people to repeat what they say because you can't quite hear them, especially in groups or when there is background noise * you can't hear a noise if you're not facing the direction it's coming from * you seem to hear better out of one ear than the other * you have to strain to hear * you keep hearing a hissing or ringing background noise * you can't hear a dripping faucet or the high notes of a violin.
A background noise level of PNC 15 (Preferred Noise Criterion) was adopted -- effectively less than the noise made by an average opera house audience.