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M
MACHINE NOISE TEST ROOM 63/2/ 6-9
MACHINE, BALANCING 82/1/ 32 ( 3906)
MACHINE, SEWING, NOISE 63/2/ 12, 77/4/ 16
MACHINED SURFACE PROFILE 83/3/ 18-20
MACHINERY VIBRATION LEVELS 87/1/ 15
MACHINERY, VIBRATION PHASE 87/1/ 25-26
MACHINES, BALANCING THORY & PRACTICE 81/1/ 3-28
MACHINES, VIBRATION MONITORING 87/1/ 1-35
MAGNET, PERMANENT, FOR EXCITER 74/3/ 37 ( 4805)
MAGNETIC BIAS AD 11-12
MAGNETIC FM TAPE RECORDING 67/1/ 3-15
MAGNETIC HEAD WEAR AD 31
MAGNETIC RECORDING & HISTORY AD 5-9
MAGNETIC TAPE CONSTRUCTION AD 26-29
MAGNETIC TAPE OUTPUT AD 16-17
MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDER 7001 67/1/ 35-36
MAGNETIC TRANSDUCER MM002 71/4/ 13-18
MAGNETIC VELOCITY TRANSDUCER(PRODUCT) 62/1/ 23
MAGNITUDE DISTRIBUTION 62/4/ 21
MAPPING, INTENSITY 82/4/ 18-23
MASS, DYNAMIC, HAND-ARM 74/3/ 26-36
MASTOID, ARTIFICIIAL, TYPE 4930 70/2/ 26
MAXIMUM ALLOW (MIC.) SPL RE FIELD TYPE 83/4/ 15
MEAN FREE PATH, IN ROOM 78/4/ 21-23, 39-40
MEAN VALUE 64/1/ 11
MEASUREING AMPLIFIER (ACOUSTIC) 2636 81/2/ 43-44
MEASUREMENT OF DYNAMIC STRAIN 59/3/ 1-19
MEASUREMENT OF MICROPHONICS IN VACUUM TUBES 58/4/ 1-14
MEASUREMENT SYSTEM 86/1/ 15-36
MEASUREMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE 86/1/ 3-36
MEASUREMENT, REVERBERATION 66/4/ 1-27
MEASUREMENT, RPM CHANGES 66/3/ 28-29
MEASUREMENT, SHOCK 66/3/ 3-27
MEASUREMENT, SOUND INTENSITY 82/4/ 8-12
MEASUREMENT, SOUND POWER 76/4/ 3-25
MEASUREMENT, SURFACE PROFILE 61/3/ 9: 83/3/ 9-28
MEASUREMENT, VIBRATION, T.U. DENMARK 67/1/ 16-34
MEASUREMENTS, INFRASONIC 73/3/ 14-25
MEASUREMENTS, TAPE RECORDER 57/3/ 1-22
MEASUREMENTS, TELEPHONE 75/1/ 6-15
MEASURING AMPLIFIER TYPE 2608 71/4/ 40-41
MEASURING AMPLIFIER 2606 69/3/ 28-29
MEASURING AMPLIFIER TYPE 2607 70/2/ 27-28
MEASURING HYDROPHONE TYPE 8100 72/1/ 37-38
MECHANCIAL IMPEDANCE HEAD, 8000, 8001 70/3/ 27
MECHANICAL FAILURE ANALYSIS (VIBRATION) 67/2/3-12
MECHANICAL LOOSENESS 87/1/ 5
MEDIAN VALUE 60/4/ 11
MESH, GEAR TOOTH, FREQUENCY 87/1/ 9
METABOLISM, HUMAN 82/2/ 9-10
METACARPAL, THIRD, VIBRATION 82/1/ 28
METER, DISTORTION 1902 75/4/ 43
METER, FREQUENCY DISTORTION 3614, 5, 6 59/2/ 18-19
METER, IMPULSE SOUND LEVEL TYPE 2209 72/1/ 32-33
METER, LUMINANCE 1101,1105 86/2/ 44
METER, NOISE EVENT TYPE 2208 72/1/ 32
METER, PHASE 2971 74/1/ 25
METER, SOUND IMPULSE LEVEL 76/1/ 7-8, 77/4/ 13-17
METER, SOUND LEVEL 76/1/ 5-7: 77/4/ 16 Fast
METER, THERMAL COMFORT 82/2/ 36-37, 43 ( 1212)
METER, VIBRATION 2511 74/1/ 24
METER, VIBRATION INTEGRATING 2513 81/3/ 41
METER, VIBRATION TYPE 2510 69/4/ 29
METER, VIBRATIONAL VELOCITY 2516 83/3/ 47
METER, WOW AND FLUTTER 6203 77/4/ 28-29
METHOD, RECIPROCITY, FOR CALIBRATION 65/1/ 17-26
METHOD,DIRECT, INTENSITY 82/3/ 12-13
METHODS, ABSOLUTE 81/4/ 20-23
MIC CALIBRATION, CONSTANT PRESSURE 81/4/ 10-12
MICROPHONE (1/2") FLUSH MOUNT UA0034 60/2/ 27
MICROPHONE 1/8" TYPE 4138 67/1/ 37
MICROPHONE 4165, 4166 1/2" 76/2/ 39
MICROPHONE ADAPTER, FLEXIBLE 63/2/ 24
MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER 2603 58/3/ 1-8
MICROPHONE AS A SOUND SOURCE 77/3/ 3-23
MICROPHONE CAL. APPARATUS 4142 (RECIPROC.) 60/1/ 26
MICROPHONE CALIBRATION, BY RECIPROCITY 65/1/ 17-26
MICROPHONE CALIBRATION, PART 1 64/4/ 3-29
MICROPHONE CALIBRATION, PART 2 65/1/ 3-27
MICROPHONE CALIBRATOR, ELECTRODYNAMIC 4221 77/4/ 18-24, 21* 75/4/42
MICROPHONE CALIBRATOR, HIGH SPL 4221 77/4/ 18-25: 75/4/ 42
MICROPHONE CARRIER FREQUENCY SYSTEM 81/4/ 8-9
MICROPHONE CARRIER VOLTAGE SYSTEM 2631 69/3/ 30
MICROPHONE FEED-THRU CABLE AR0001 60/2/ 27
MICROPHONE FOR OUTDOOR INTEG. SLM 83/4/ 20-22
MICROPHONE FREE FIELD CORRECTIONS 59/2/12-16
MICROPHONE FREQ. RESP., EFFECT OF MOUNT 85/4/ 32-40
MICROPHONE FREQUENCY RESPONSE CAL. 64/4/ 4-6
MICROPHONE HIGH FREQUENCY RESPONSE 60/1/ 22
MICROPHONE INSERT VOLTAGE 81/4/ 7-8
MICROPHONE LOW FREQUENCY CALIBRATION 81/4/ 9-10,13-15
MICROPHONE LOW FREQUENCY RESPONSE 81/4/ 3-15
MICROPHONE LOW FREQUENCY ROLL-OFF 60/1/ 10
MICROPHONE NOISE EQUIVALENT PRESSURE 73/1/ 15-16
MICROPHONE NOSE CONE 63/2/ 24
MICROPHONE PHASE MISMATCH (INTENSITY) 82/4/ 4-6, 26-30
MICROPHONE POSITIONS, REVERB ROOM 78/4/ 8
MICROPHONE POWER SUPPLY 2801 61/3/ 36
MICROPHONE POWER SUPPLY 2804 69/4/ 30
MICROPHONE POWER SUPPLY, 2829 4-CHANNEL 01/1/ 11
MICROPHONE POWER SUPPLY, DUAL, STUDIO 4003-7 83/3/ 51-52
MICROPHONE PREAMPLIFIER, LOW VOLTAGE 2642 75/2/ 41-42
MICROPHONE RAIN COVER 62/4/ 27
MICROPHONE SELECTION FOR OUTDOOR USE 83/4/ 15-18
MICROPHONE SELF-NOISE, CONDENSER 84/3/ 18-22
MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY THEORY 83/4/ 7-10
MICROPHONE STABILITY, CONDENSER 69/2/ 8-14
MICROPHONE STAND 0026 (TRIPOD) 59/1/ 24-25
MICROPHONE STYLES 4131 TO 4136, 4180 61/3/ 35
MICROPHONE VENT 60/1/ 1-5,11,13,15,+
MICROPHONE WINDSCREENS 66/1/3-9
MICROPHONE, (1/2") QUARTZ COATED 4149 72/2/ 45-46
MICROPHONE, 1" 4146 69/3/ 29
MICROPHONE, 1/4 INCH 4944 01/1/ 8
MICROPHONE, 4161 (1") 4163 (1/2") 72/2/ 44-45
MICROPHONE, AIRCRAFT FLYOVER 80/4/ 18-23
MICROPHONE, AIRCRAFT NOISE MONITOR 80/4/ 23-27
MICROPHONE, AIRCRAFT, GROUND 80/4/ 13-15
MICROPHONE, ARTIFICIAL EAR 62/1/ 5-12
MICROPHONE, AS ELECTROSTATIC EARPHONE 62/1/ 13-17
MICROPHONE, CONDENSER 4131 & 2 DETAILS 59/1/ 1-11
MICROPHONE, CONDENSER, LOW VOLTAGE 4125 75/2/ 41
MICROPHONE, CONDENSER, NONLINEARITY 55/3 3-14
MICROPHONE, ELECTRET STABILITY NOISE 79/4/ 12-15,17,18 Distortion
MICROPHONE, FREE FIELD PLANE WAVE 83/4/ 5-7
MICROPHONE, OUTDOOR 64/2/ 35-36
MICROPHONE, OUTDOOR (RE AIRPORT NOISE) 65/4/ 17-19
MICROPHONE, OUTDOOR, EXTERNAL ELEMENTS 73/4/ 31-32 ( 4921)
MICROPHONE, PIEZOELECTRIC 4117 68/4/36
MICROPHONE, PRECISION, PRESSURE 4180 86/1/ 38
MICROPHONE, PREPOLARIZED (ELECTRET) 4176 82/1/ 34
MICROPHONE, PREPOLARIZED (ELECTRET)4155,75,76 79/4/ 3-26,6*-9,36
MICROPHONE, PROBE UA0040 60/2/ 28
MICROPHONE, PROBE (HORN) 74/3/ 40 ( 4170)
MICROPHONE, RAND. INC. TYPE IN FREE FLD 83/4/ 10-13
MICROPHONE, RANDOM INCIDENCE CORRECTOR 62/4/ 27
MICROPHONE, STEREO SET 3529,3530 86/4/ 41-42
MICROPHONE, SUNLIGHT ON 74/1/ 18-21
MICROPHONE, THERMOPHONE TYPE 65/1/ 3-6
MICROPHONE, WE 640 A REPLACEMENT 4160 76/1/ 35-36
MICROPHONE, WIND TUNNEL 80/4/ 15-17
MICROPHONES-ENGINE & AIRCRAFT NOISE 80/4/ 3-30
MICROPHONES 60/1/ 1-26
MICROPHONES FOR INTENSITY MEAS. 86/4/ 11-19: 21-26
MICROPHONES FOR LOW SOUND LEVELS 84/3/ 16-22
MICROPHONES G (RAND.INC) & N (FREE.FLD) 80/4/ 7-9
MICROPHONES, ADDED R-C FOR GOOD PHASE 86/4/ 12-16: 21-23
MICROPHONES, ALTITUDE EFFECTS 60/1/ 15-23
MICROPHONES, CARTRIDGE, 1/2" 4133 4134 60/1/ 24
MICROPHONES, MINIATURE PRESSURE 1/4" 63/1/ 1-10
MICROPHONES, MOISTURE SENSITIVITY 60/1/ 12-14
MICROPHONES, PIEZOELECTRIC 69/1/19-25
MICROPHONES, STUDIO 4003-7 83/3/ 51-52
MICROPHONES, TRADITIONAL CONDENSER 86/4/ 12-13
MICROPHONICS MEASUREMENT IN VACUUM TUBES 58/4/ 1-14
MICRPHONE & PREAMP THERMAL NOISE 72/3/ 3-14
MILLED SURFACE 83/3/ 22
MINI-SHAKER, 7 NEWTON, TYPE 4810 69/4/ 30
MINIATURE PRESSURE MICROPHONES 1/4" 63/1/ 1-10
MINIMUM PHASE, IN TDS 83/1/ 27
MISMATCH, PHASE (INTENSITY, MICROPH.) 82/4/ 4-6, 26-30
MODAL ANALYSIS OF REVERBERANT ROOM 80/2/ 33-34
MODAL ANALYSIS, STRUCTURAL 88/1/ 1-22
MODAL COUPLING IN STRUCTURES 86/3/ 5-12, 7 Theory,12-19 Tests
MODAL FREQUENCIES OF STRUCTURES 86/3/ 3-22
MODAL PARAMETER BY IRF (IMPULSE RESP.FN.) 94/2/ 1-26 ERROR 15-19
MODAL TEST, OBLIQUE DOF REFERENCE 86/3/23-42,26*,29 Xducer,38 Tests
MODE SHAPES 88/1/ 23-31
MODE SPACING RE SOUND POWER 78/3/ 29-36
MODELING, ILLUMINANCE 86/2/ 42
MODES, REVERB ROOM 78/4/ 18-19+
MODULATION NOISE, TAPE AD 22-26
MODULATION TRANSFER FUNCTION IN ACOUST. 85/3/ 3-12, 5*
MODULATION, FREQUENCY 67/1/ 11-13
MODULUS AND LOSS FACTOR OF ASPHALT 72/4/ 3-15
MODULUS OF ELASTICITY APPARATUS 3390 70/2/12-17, 70/3/28 71/2/33-34
MODULUS OF ELASTICITY MEASUREMENT 71/4/ 3-23
MODULUS, COMPLEX, BY DAMPING MEAS.(FRF) 94/2/ 28-34
MODULUS, COMPLEX, BY RESONANCE DAMPING 94/2/ 41-44
MODULUS, COMPLEX, ELASTIC-FIBRES/FOLIOS 70/2/3-20, 70/3/28, 71/2/33-34
MODULUS, ELASTIC, LOSS FACTOR (PVC) 77/2/ 19-27
MODULUS, ELASTICITY, DYNAMIC 58/1/ 1-15
MODULUS, ELASTICITY, DYNAMIC 58/2/ 1-15 repeat
MOISTURE SENSITIVITY, MICROPHONES 60/1/ 12-14
MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 90/1/ 10-12
MOLECULE, DIATOMIC 90/1/ 9
MONITOR, HEAT STRESS, WET BLB GLOB TEMP 85/3/ 44
MONITOR, VIBRATION, WARNING 69/2/ 26-29
MONITORING SYSTEM, ACFT OVERFL'T NOISE 65/4/ 15-23,20* 77/4/16Fast
MONITORING, MACHINE VIBRATION 87/1/ 1-35
MOTION ANALYZER, 4911 (STROBOSCOPIC) 70/2/ 28
MOTION PICTURE THEATRE ACOUSTICS 76/3/ 18-36
MOTOR, DC, SMALL, NOISE (FAST) 65/2/ 5-8, 77/4/ 16
MOTORCYCLE NOISE VIA STSF 89/2/ 1-27
MOUNTING, MIC., FREQ. RESP. EFFECTS 85/4/ 32-40
MOUTH SIMULATOR 4227 86/1/ 37
MOUTH, ARTIFICIAL 64/4/ 32
MOUTH, ARTIFICIAL 66/1/10-16
MTF IN ROOM ACOUSTICS 85/3/ 3-12, 5*
MUFFLER, AUTOMOBILE NOISE 62/4/ 14
MULTI DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEM 63/3/ 11, 22-28, 63/4/ 10-33Nonlin
MULTIPLEXER, 8-CHANNEL TYPE 2811 80/3/ 34-35
MULTIPOINT SELECTOR (STRAIN GAGE COMMUT.) 1544,5 75/4/ 44
MUSIC (1/12 OCT) ANALYZER 73/1/ 30-38


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