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Simulation and Investigation of Doppler Distortion

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Doppler distortion audibility has been assessed using two delay lines. The clock frequency of one is varied in accordance with the Doppler formula and the other is the idle of the first. Their subtracted outputs, therefore, give a measure of the simulated Doppler distortion present. Progressive reduction of the simulation on A-B tests gives lowest detectable levels.

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