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The Application of Impulse Measurement Techniques to the Detection of Linear Distortion
A -catalog- of impulse distortion wave forms is given which permits conclusions concerning the conventional response of systems by showing the influence which specific distortion products have on the waveform distortion of impulses. A quantitative means of evaluating such distortion as well as the test conclusions to be drawn are outlined with the aid of practical examples.
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