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electroacoustic

/elec·tro·acous·tic/ (e-lek″tro-ah-kldbomacs´tik) pertaining to the interaction or interconversion of electric and acoustic phenomena.
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0 Electroacoustics - Measurement microphones - Part 4: Specifications for Working Standard Microphones.
The space charge measurements were carried out using the pulsed electroacoustics method (PEA method).
d&b audiotechnik operates internationally in the field of electroacoustics as a manufacturer of loudspeaker systems and electronics for high quality speech and music reproduction or sound reinforcement in public places.
Electrical Engineers will work with speakers and amplifiers or electroacoustics.
Its standards cover all electrical, electronic and related technologies, including electronics, magnetics and electromagnetics, electroacoustics, multimedia, telecommunication, and energy production and distribution.
Signal-to-noise ratio as a predictor of speech transmission quality in Audio and Electroacoustics.
Other areas are electroacoustics, recorded and broadcast soundwithin the music and entertainment industries, and medical acoustics, the use of ultrasound for diagnosis and treatment.
Gold, "A Digital Frequency Synthesizer," IEEE Transactions on Audio and Electroacoustics AU-19:1, March 1971.
One of the main advantages of electroacoustics over traditional main advantages of electrokinetic methods is the elimination of dilution as the instrument can measure up to 50% volume of solids.
Colloms (Colloms Electroacoustics, UK) presents a thoroughly revised edition of his guide to techniques in the design and specification of high quality loudspeakers and loudspeaker systems.
Rosario, Argentina: Acoustics and Electroacoustics Laboratory, Universidad Nacional de Rosario.
Electroacoustics is a hot ticket in Montreal, and so is opera, it was only a matter of time before the city's electroacoustic composers moved into the world of opera.