Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: Audio-Technica U.S., Inc. The AT8801 provides 48V phantom power for a single microphone. It is a line-powered device that allows the use of remote-powered microphones with systems that do not supply phantom power. Highly regulated power supply provides a constant voltage source, even
Supplier: PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Description: and an electrostatic actuator which can be controlled remotely for on-site calibration checks. With the proper choice of microphone, it can provide frequency response characteristics consistent with precision sound level meter requirements for free-field or random incidence measurements. Equipped
- Sound Field Type: Free-Field, Diffuse Field
- Frequency Response: 4 to 20000 Hz
- Dynamic Range: 0.0 to 20 dB re 20µPa
- Microphone Sensitivity: 50 mV/Pa
Standards and Technical Documents - Measurement microphones - Part 6: Electrostatic actuators for determination of frequency response -- IEC 61094-6:2004
Description: This part of IEC 61094 - gives guidelines for the design of actuators for microphones equipped with electrically conductive diaphragms; - gives methods for the validation of electrostatic actuators; - gives a method for determining the electrostatic actuator response of a microphone
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: MEASUREMENT MICROPHONES -- PART 6: ELECTROSTATIC ACTUATORS FOR DETERMINATION OF FREQUENCY RESPONSE
Supplier: Scantek, Inc.
Description: electrostatic or acoustical method Sensitivity calibration of microphones using the insert voltage method ensures a high degree of accuracy Fast and accurate calibration of sound calibrators, pistonphones and associated barometers in accordance with IEC60942 Sound level meter calibration
Supplier: EXEL North America, Inc.
Description: Description The microphone sensor is designed for the reading of the turbine rotation speeds of all the Sames sprayers. The principle of rotation speed reading is acoustic-based. An air arrives at the level of the bell ; it is guided by a groove and directed at each bell revolution to create
- Rotational Speed Range: 65000 rpm
- Tachometer Type: Speed Sensor Only
- Sensor Technology: Non Contact
- Form Factor: Other
Supplier: Semtech Corp.
Description: Microphone ports 2 I/O line protection, Transient data line protection.
- Configuration: Array
- Mounting / Packaging: Other
- Supply Voltage (VS): 5 volts
- VESD: 10000 volts
Supplier: Zones, Inc.
Description: ) media slot Camera: Built-in MOTION EYE camera and microphone with face-tracking technology Graphics Processor: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD Total Available Ethernet Protocol: 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet Speed: Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n Inputs and Outputs
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: * Electrostatic measurement-class microphones: These microphones are well built, individually tested, with a well-controlled frequency response and sensitivity. However they have two major drawbacks: o They are expensive. The microphone itself can cost up to several hundreds of dollars. That does
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Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology
Additional perfor- mance-based figures of merit for MEMS electrostatic microphones include dynamic range, upper limiting frequency, and lower limiting frequency.
Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics
S. Takeoka, M. Kurihara, M. Okazaki, Y. Oikawa, M. Nishikawa and Y. Yamasaki, “1-bit wave field recording/reproduction system using electrostatic microphone and loudspeaker,�? Tech. Rep. IEICE, 105(136), 25–30, EA2005-24, 2005.
A Century of Microphones
A stretched flat membrane [Fig. 1(a) ] made of metal or very thin metallized plastic is used in present-day electrostatic microphones .
Manual of the audio technique
7.2.4 Electrostatic microphones .
Handbook of Engineering Acoustics
18.104.22.168 Electrostatic Microphones .
Reciprocity calibration method for ultrasonic piezoelectric transducers in air
Three diﬀerent types of receiving transducers are used in the present work; electrostatic microphones , in-house constructed piezoelectric transducers, and single piezoelectric disks.
Discussion on ¿High-quality microphones¿ before the Electronics and Communication Section, 23rd March, 1959
Diagrams other than the cosine diagram are sometimes required for stereophonic purposes, and this has caused the electrostatic microphone , which can have a polar diagram of either the cardioid or cosine type, to return to commercial use.