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Design Factors in a Programmable Distortion Measurement System

The advent of microprocessors in the control of audio testing has brought both increased accuracy and ease of use. Obtaining the performance levels needed for testing today's state-of-the-art equipment requires many new techniques for signal generation and measurement. These are described and the required tradeoffs are discussed.

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JAES Volume 32 Issue 12 pp. 964-983; December 1984
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