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Diffused System of Noise Measurement, Concept, and Implementation
The main purpose of this paper is to explore the possibilities of improving the process of noise measurement. It is a known fact that performing simultaneous noise measurements in multiple locations requires the involvement of many individuals in order to operate equipment and ensure that the results are valid. The goal is to improve the measurement process by utilizing modern technology in a way allowing for the data to be collected in a controlled way and submitted to a central location. It allows for elimination of data preprocessing process and facilitates the acquisition and analysis process in measurements requiring data acquisition in multiple locations, reducing the human labor requirements and financial cost of measurements.
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