(term) Dropout

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  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
    BC, Canada
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    In wireless microphones, a loss of RF signal, which in turn results in loss of audio or audio that is noticeably noisy. Also refers to a small physical area where there is insufficient RF signal present to obtain satisfactory wireless operation. Dropouts are normally caused by multi-path or signal blockage due to some type of obstruction. Also refers to areas on oxide tape where there is a problem with the coating and where subsequently audio or digital data is not properly reproduced.

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