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Real Voice Microphone Calibration as a Utility Laboratory Method
In the testing of close-talking or noise-cancelling microphones, real-voice calibrations are a virtual necessity. Real-voice methods can be used, in addition, for comparison calibrations satisfactory for many engineering purposes using readily available test equipment. The paper shows calibrations of this type to emphasize the utility of the method.
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