Adaptive Noise Attenuation

Linear and random noise attenuation has long been significant in data processing. In the past, we have been obliged to transform our data into various unfriendly domains to attack the noise. Squelch and Quash are Dayboro’s proprietary processes that operate by modelling the noise wherever it is best to do that, and then using advanced adaptive subtraction to remove that noise from the records. This effectively means that the data are not transformed into the “unfriendly” domains, only the noise. The result is always comparable and usually better than conventional methods and maintains its true amplitude character

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Squelch – Adaptive Random and Spurious Noise Attenuation

Quash – Adaptive Linear Noise Attenuation

3D – Cross-spread Domain Application