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Development of a Full-Range Transducer Assembly for the Generation of High Intensity Sound
The requirements of the aircraft industry for environmental testing of electronic components in high intensity sound fields have led to the development of a high-energy, full-frequency-range coaxial transducer assembly. The high acoustic output range from 16 to 18,000 cycles is generated by a low frequency cone employing a unique suspension system, a mid-frequency horn-loaded compression driver, and a group of inductively driven high frequency radiators, all mounted symmetrically within a cast metal frame eighteen inches square.
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