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Virtual Instruments for Audio Testing
With today's personal computer technology and software development tools, the capabilities of dedicated instrumentation can be recreated in a virtual environment. The test system accuracy is limited only by the quality of the data acquisition board or sound card. All of the signal generation, filtering, analysis, and data handling can be performed in software such that the PC becomes the test platform. The user-interface can even be made to emulate familiar analog instrumentation using standard Windows controls.
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