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Title: The in-service determination of the presence of distortion in a high quality analogue sound signal
Authors: Mare, Stefanus
Keywords: Sound--Transmission;Noise control;Electro-acoustics;Acoustical engineering;Signals and signaling;Electric engineering--Dissertations, Academic;Electronics--Dissertations, Academic
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: Detecting and minimising distortion in audio signals is an important aspect of sound engineering. Distortion of a signal passing through an audio system may be caused by a number of factors and it is necessary to detect these effects for optimal sound. The problem is of interest to users and operators of high quality audio equipment and transmission facilities.

The objective of this thesis was the development of techniques for the blind identification of distortion in a high quality audio signal using digital signal processing techniques. The techniques developed are based on digital signal processing techniques and statistical analysis of a recorded audio signal, which is treated as a random, non-stationary signal.
Description: Thesis (D.Tech.: Electronic Engineering)-Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Durban University of Technology, 2007 vii, 150 leaves
Appears in Collections:Theses and dissertations (Engineering and Built Environment)

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