anechoic chamber

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a chamber having very little reverberation

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Hruska, Acoustical Properties of the National Bureau of Standards Anechoic Chamber, J.
The first error in the determination of emissivity using return loss measurements, involves leakage of incident radiation from the horn, directly into the anechoic chamber, without ever striking the target.
Once we figure out what tape to use, we take it off the tester, put the tape in the radome and then hang it in the anechoic chamber and let it go through all of the tests.
To respond to this demand, TDK will construct a state-of-the-art, cutting-edge anechoic chamber at the Technical Center to measure and evaluate electromagnetic waves during new product development and to propose EMC countermeasure technologies and countermeasure products as well as reinforce the EMC solution business by analyzing customer products.
I am not going to show you my vertical response plots, because Energy was kind enough to run them at two meters in their anechoic chamber.
Three BMWs were the first cars ever tested in Edwards Air Force Base's Benefield Anechoic Chamber.
First Daisy was recorded quacking in an anechoic chamber -a special room with jagged surfaces that produces no sound reflections.
Anechoic Chamber -- Measures the amount and quality of acoustic output to improve acoustic performance.
Accoustical chamber tests of sound transmission characteristics of the EPDM rubber and the sound attenuating elastomeric alloy grades have been conducted using an anechoic chamber.
In the anechoic chamber, you become the sound," he said.
Tokyo, Aug 27, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - TDK Corporation announced today that it will construct a large-scale, high-performance anechoic chamber at its Technical Center in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture.
Now, if we had an anechoic chamber, the measurement process would be more accurate and require less computer-processing whiz bang, because these specially-designed rooms are very quiet and have no echo down to a low frequency.
Laboratory, 2000, imaging an anechoic chamber, used in the motor industry for testing engine noise levels; Collection, 2001, based on photos of the singer Engelbert Humperdinck's collection of gold records; and Space Simulator, 2003, a roughly ten-by-fourteen-foot image of the device used for training American astronauts.