Modern Development Tools for Dynamic Transducers
The growing use of multimedia applications in mobile equipment like notebooks, MP3-players or mobile phones causes the need for miniature speakers with optimized performance. In order to improve their acoustic performance the detailed behavior of transducers has to be studied. Modern tools like numeric simulation programs and laservibrometry give a deeper sight into the demanded characteristic features. In this paper the application of three important tools is described, examples are shown.
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