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Distortion Measurements with Noise as a Test Signal
The possibilities to use 1/3-octave bands of noise for measuring harmonic and intermodulation distortions are studied. A simple explanation is given for the general shape of the intermodulation spectrum produced by a band-limited noise. Some test results are shown and compared with those obtained with sine signals.
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