What is the best way to get rid of random noise? There is no other way than to repeat your message, over and over. If you keep track of a time index, you can sum the repeats together. When you do that, the coherent message-containing component of the signal remains constant, but the rest of the signal that is truly *random* noise, will inherently cancel itself when summed together. The message stays constant while the random noise around the message fades away….with each repetition. In my former reflection seismology & geophysicist career, the process of summing repeated received signals, along with its required normalization and other shaping prerequisites, is nicknamed “stacking”.
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