The anechoic chamber of the Acoustics Laboratory at Cordoba University was built at minimum cost in an existing cellar. Original constructional devices had to be developed. Rockwool wedges used were locally designed and made. Inverse square law tests show the efficiency and limitations of the chamber. Probable improvements are proposed in summarizing this report.
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