The webinar explains the key issues of audio signal generation, covers related issues such as Crest factor or level units, and provides practical examples.
The webinar introduces the basic principles of sound propagation, such as sound generation, near & far-field, reflections and absorption etc.
Covers the technical definition of sound pressure level, an explanation of how to sum sound levels from different sources, and more, together with practical examples.
This webinar explains the measurement methods, workflow and result reporting for Speech Transmission Index for Public Address (STIPA) according to the latest standard IEC60268-16, edition 2011.
Introduction to the essential aspects of sound level measurements. Explains terms such as Leq, frequency or time weighting, min/max level, measurement microphones, calibration etc.
Explanation of the most frequently used sound level measurements, e.g. instantaneous level, equivalent level, maximum and peak level, percentiles etc.
Overview on professional sound level measurements in an industrial environment. Includes an explanation of basic measuring parameters and preparations, as well as practical application hints.
Step-by-step explanation of the settings essential to prepare and log a long-term sound level measurement. Includes hints on the practical use of the XL2 and hints on available post-processing tools.
Overview and explanation of the available software solutions for the analysis and documentation of long-term sound level measurements with the XL2.
Technical basics of sound level measurements, legal restrictions, as well as preparations and execution of live event monitoring including reporting tools.
Introduction to RT60 reverberation time measurements with the XL2.
Backgrounds and practical application hints on Noise Curve measurements with the XL2 Acoustic Analyzer.
Overview on how to verify an evacuation system with the XL2 Acoustic Analyzer.
The webinar proposes a step-by-step procedure to establish a reliable and relevant audio test for simple audio devices. It focuses on the required steps to set meaningful tolerance limits, even in cases where no test specifications are available.
Introduction to the design of consecutive FX100 test procedures by using the sequencer tool of the FX-Control software.
This webinar highlights the challenge of evaluating the Audio quality of the output of devices that have no connected input. The test signal first has to be stored on the Device Under Test (DUT) and then replayed by the DUT during the test measurement. Further, the Audio analyzer must trigger from and synchronize correctly to this incoming asynchronous signal.
Presenting typical test setups and procedures for measuring and verifying the performance of microphones with the FX100 audio analyzer.
Introducing the alternatives to connect external devices such as a foot switch, stack light, barcode scanner etc. to the FX100 audio analyzer in the typical test configurations.
Explanation on how to adjust / measure the output power / power consumption of a device with the FX100 Audio Analyzer.
Presentation of a typical setup procedure for loudspeaker quality control with the FX100 audio analyzer.
Introduction of the required equipment and steps that are executed for testing a D-class amplifier with the FX100 audio analyzer.
The presentation provides an introduction to the fundamental FFT calculation procedure, and explains the key parameters of this measurement method.
The webinar covers advanced aspects of FFT analysis, such as window functions, aliasing, averaging, display modes or calculations with FFT data.
The webinar presents typical applications and best practices of noise analysis with the Data Explorer software.
The webinar covers basic aspects of Sweep analysis, including the types of sweeps, parameters used, and presents a practical sweep measurement.
The webinar covers the fundamental principle of GlideSweep, test parameters, the aspects of acoustic testing and more.
The webinar explains the basic test setup and strategy for 100V voice alarm systems. Furthermore, it covers the most common terms and parameters such as complex impedance, phase, power factor or the recommended test signal level and frequency.
The webinar introduces the standard procedures for measuring the airborne and impact sound insulation, and provides additional information about the required equipment and the related terms and standards.
The webinar explains the fundamental vibration level measurements and units for Pass/Fail test applications. Furthermore, it shows the operation of the XL2 Vibration Meter and sensors in practice.