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locating a source of sound (as an enemy gun) by measurements of the time the sound arrives at microphones in known positions

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As expected, the number of sound location is N=10 in this study.
Press officer Julie Ryan said: "They are taking special equipment with them, things like a sound location device to hear people tapping, and a CO2 analyser to detect people even if they are unconscious.
The LT corresponding to verbs of sound location, see (2) above, expresses a locative relation between a certain place (1) and a sound (3), by means of a stative LS [be-LOC (x, [do' (y, [make' (y, z <sound'>)])])], which involves a subactivity specifying the source of such sound: [do' (y, [make' (y, z <sound'>)])].
As well as cutting equipment, they had with them fibre optic probes and sound location equipment for finding people in the rubble.
During World War I, armies on both sides used sound location to detect enemy aircraft flying out of visual range.
This will be sound location equipment, visual and thermal imaging gear and even machinery that can trace CO2.
My aging ears are not ideally suited to judge the finer points of sound location since high frequency sounds are significant.
We acquired a quality asset in a fundamentally sound location at an attractive price," said Jeff Reder, senior vice president, Urdang Capital Management.
5 billion in assets, operating 65 locations in Oregon and Washington, will open its tenth Puget Sound location with a commercial loan production office in downtown Tacoma.
The rating weaknesses are partially offset by the sound location and moderate saleability of its ongoing project.
The 10 volunteer workers from Devon and Gloucestershire are the only UK personnel to be sent to the region and they will take specialist equipment, including disc cutters, lighting and generators, chainsaws, thermal image cameras and specialist sound location equipment.
They wheel it in for matches and wheel it out again to be stored in a more environmentally sound location.
We used sound location equipment and thermal imaging to try to find people.
Rapid-UK workers are using specialist sound location and heat-seeking equipment, optical probes and tracker dogs to try to find those trapped beneath the rubble.