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Transfer-Function Measurement with Sweeps DIRECTOR ’ S CUT INCLUDING PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED MATERIAL

@inproceedings{Mller2002TransferFunctionMW,
  title={Transfer-Function Measurement with Sweeps DIRECTOR ’ S CUT INCLUDING PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED MATERIAL},
  author={S. M{\"u}ller},
  year={2002}
}
Compared to using pseudo-noise signals, transfer function measurements using sweeps as excitation signal show significantly higher immunity against distortion and time variance. Capturing binaural room impulse responses for high-quality auralization purposes requires a signal-to-noise ratio of >90 dB which is unattainable with MLSmeasurements due to loudspeaker non-linearity but fairly easy to reach with sweeps due to the possibility of completely rejecting harmonic distortion. Before… Expand
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