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2007-05-15

High Channel Count Systems Architecture for Noise and Vibration Measurements 2007-01-2338

Modular instrumentation is being widely used in noise and vibration measurement systems that demand higher channel counts and the wider dynamic range that 24-bit delta-sigma ADCs make available at lower costs. This is an overview how flexible modular instrumentation employing the latest software technology can be used in making high precision noise and vibration measurements where higher sampling rates, higher channel counts, increased dynamic range, and distributed architectures were needed in smaller packages. An example where this is being used is in acoustic beam forming in aircraft pass by noise tests to measure and distinguish engine and airframe noise sources.

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