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A Solid State Transient Test Signal Generator

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The -Tone Burst- commonly used for transient testing is not necessarily comparable to waveforms actually found in speech and music. A new test instrument is described which generates asymmetric and symmetric pulses as well as damped wave trains. Implications and test results are described for amplifiers, loudspeakers, and acoustic environments.

JAES Volume 14 Issue 4 pp. 298-301; October 1966
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