I concede your education and search abilities undoubtedly far exceed mine.
My discussion is based in honesty as I have/will/ provide counter proof.
Strangely, when I looked at your application I wasn't able to find your quote.
I don't doubt your sentence is somewhere in the link, just I couldn't find it.
What I did find is this sentence:
"emitted to counteract sounds produced when cylinders of a multi-cylinder engine"
This caused me to re-read and re-read your post then I noticed...
It's conveniently placed low in your quote and unseen unless fully scrolled.
I didn't see the "shadow banned part" until I re-scrolled your post quote.
I don't even know how you shadow banned that part or why you did?
I'll assume internet trickery is below your level of integrity.
Kevin Johnson wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 6:03 amCough. 2018
Oddly, all the authors listed on the patent live in Michigan; employed by GM (General Motors).Noise cancellation may be employed to cancel out undesirable sounds associated with, for example, deactivating one or more cylinders of a multi-cylinder motor.
The desired noise cancellation signal may also be below the audible frequency range. In an example, the desired noise cancellation signal may be emitted to counteract sounds produced when cylinders of a multi-cylinder engine (not shown) are deactivated.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericdefenderfer/https://www.designnews.com/content/concert-hall-cadillac/109980178953908 wrote: ... says Scott Reilly, noise integration engineer for Cadillac's luxury car division.