Introduction to Electroacoustic Measurements on Personal Communications Devices
|Start date||21 Oct 2013
- 21 Oct 2013|
|Registration Deadline||13 Sep 2013|
|Price||EUR 560 - Including all course materials, refreshments and lunch. PULSE Maintenance and Support Agreement (M1/MS1) holders qualify for a 10% discount|
|About the instructor||John Bareham
Lars Birger Nielsen|
This laboratory seminar teaches basic electroacoustic measurements and how to implement and interpret them. The course will consist of alternating lectures and structured hands-on experiments participants will perform on the Bruel & Kjaer Pulse system.
The focus will be on practical implementation, understanding the principles, and interpretation of the results.
- Introduction to electroacoustics
- Electrical calibration
- Acoustical calibration
- Basic signals such as sine, noise, speech
- Spectrum analysis using FFT and constant percentage bandwidth (CPB) filters
- Frequency response measurements using sine and noise
- Basic harmonic distortion measurements
This seminar is preparation for the seminar “Electroacoustic Measurements on Telephones.” It is optional, but highly recommended for anyone relatively new to acoustic and/or electroacoustic measurements. It is also recommended for anyone who is already familiar with basic electroacoustic measurements, but who wants a review or an update to current methods of implementation on Pulse.