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National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook, 11th Edition by Garrison C. Cavell

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Chapter4.1

Principles of Acoustics and Noise Control for Broadcast Applications

Ronald Eligator

Acoustic Distinctions

New York, NY

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Introduction

Acoustics refers to the way sound and vibration are heard and felt. In broadcast and related applications, it relates to the sources, paths and receivers of audible vibrations in air, and physically perceptible vibrations in structures, that affect enclosed rooms and exterior spaces used for creation, ...

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