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Time-Delay Spectrometry and Maximum-Length Sequence Measurements: A Comparison in Practical Applications

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Time-delay spectrometry (TDS) and maximum-length sequence (MLS) measurement techniques are compared in practical applications. The MLS and TDS measurement techniques were used to make measurements in the same auditorium. Identical hardware was used for both measurements. The results of these measurements illustrate some of the advantages of both techniques.

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