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Automatic Detection of Impulse Noise

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A method has been developed for detecting spurious impulse noise in an audio signal. The discriminant is absence of decay envelope, determined by a comparison of the suspected impulse with the waveform in which it occurs. The method has been applied to a quality-control device for testing records.

JAES Volume 21 Issue 3 pp. 181-184; April 1973
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