Measurement and Identification of Acoustic Impulse Response

Mekarzia, M.; Guerti, M.
March 2008
Building Acoustics;Mar2008, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p73
Academic Journal
A description is given of an implementation of a system of measurement for acoustic impulse responses. The acoustic impulse response of a room is measurable with a dynamic range of 48 dB by cross correlation of the test signals. This proved to be better than by the identification by the algorithm of the stochastic gradient with decreasing step especially in noisy environments.


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