acoustic output


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acoustic output

A measure of the intensity, pressure, or power generated by an ultrasonic transducer.
See also: output
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Airflow conservation then invites vocal tract shapes that increase inertance, and therewith maximum flow declination rate, so that acoustic output power is increased.
The best answer is that the unique acoustic output from the turbines excites a primitive area of the human (reptilian) brain that stimulates a response from the autonomic nervous system.
During most trials (n=20), the acoustic output was broadcast at a maximum sound pressure level of 62 to 72 dB (as measured using the RadioShack meter) at a distance of 3 cm from the speaker.
The acoustic output of the device is not limited to motion of air particles in front of a cone or the maximum displacement of the cone.
The speakers needed to overcome the challenges of surviving door slams and speed bumps, as well as meeting sound quality targets for more bass, efficiency and acoustic output levels.
Anechoic Chamber -- Measures the amount and quality of acoustic output to improve acoustic performance.
510(k) Guide for Measuring and Reporting Acoustic Output of Diagnostic Ultrasound Medical Devices", Report: Center for Devices and Radiological Health, 1997.