A New Method for Measuring Time Code Quality
A high quality time code and word clock synchronization is essential to prevent audio drop outs and flutters in sound studios. A bad adjustment of time code generators respectively word clock synchronizers requires extensive error checks in synchronization networks. For this reason, a new measurement method is presented which enables sound engineers to measure longitudinal time code jitter and to check time code/word clock synchronization.
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