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Building Acoustic Analysis

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Measurements in building acoustics have often required specialised equipment, to cope with the range of different parameters needed for a full sound insulation test.

Telecomms Testing

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Our lives are increasingly dependent on telecommunications, both for voice communication as well as data. The fact you are reading this means that you are hooked up to the most complex and bewildering telecommunications network ever.

Environmental Noise Management

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Noise in the environment affects us all, whether it is your next door neighbour's dog barking, or that annoying whine from a distant power station. Measuring environmental noise in a meaningful way can be difficult, and many descriptors have emerged to try to quantify annoyance by using temporal or frequency analysis.

Electro-Acoustic Testing

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Electroacoustic transducers find their way into all corners of our lives, including telephones, loudspeakers, hearing aids, car stereos, Walkmans, military headsets, microphones, and the list goes on. In these days of high volume production and quality control, a test system is needed to provide the answers quickly and accurately.

Sound Quality Analysis

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Reducing noise & vibration has long been an aim for the development engineer, and in many cases levels have been reduced so that many products report very similar results. It's now becoming clear that it's not just level that counts, but also the quality of the sound from the machine. Is it rough? Does it sound tinny? Does it rattle?

Multi-Channel Analysis

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There is often confusion between multichannel data acquisition and multichannel analysis. However, for reliable measurements of sound & vibration, you need to be aware of issues such as filtering, anti-aliasing, simultaneous sampling, linearity, conditioning, the list goes on.

Frequency Analysis

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Many suppliers seem to offer an increasingly bewildering array of PC-based frequency analysers, typically using FFT. However, very few are optimised for sound and vibration applications, where not only high dynamic range and linearity are important, but in many cases transducers conditioning is also required.

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noiseLAB Express may be the entry level product of the noiseLAB family but it still gives you incredible functionality: Octave and 1/3 octave analysis to Type 1 standards FFT Analysis down to 10 Hz resolution. Sound Level Analysis: Fast, Slow … Continue reading

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Our Philosophy

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Our mission in life is to provide the best in sound & vibration measurement systems, using flexible computing platforms, and user friendly software

For 20 years we have offered a fine range of systems from mainly European suppliers, which, coupled with application advice and technical support makes analysing and solving your noise & vibration problems so much easier

Applications are constantly evolving, and new solutions emerging, so we keep abreast of instrumentation developments as they arise while keeping a close eye on quality and support

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Professional acoustic measurements: sound pressure, sound intensity, particle velocity and sound power You are invited to attend an acoustics seminar that we are co-hosting with GRAS UK at the Heritage Motor Centre in Warwickshire on the 2nd December 2014.

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As well as UK experts, there will be speakers from Microflown in the Netherlands and G.R.A.S. in Denmark

26 Nov

Particle velocity and sound power

26 Nov