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R
RADIATED SOUND POWER VS IMPEDANCE 78/3/ 26-29
RADIATION HEAT EXCHANGE, HUMAN 82/2/ 14-16, 25
RADIATION, BLACK BODY 90/1/ 6
RADII OF NODAL CIRCLES 72/4/ 22-27
RADIO BROADCAST NOISE PSOPHOMETER 62/4/ 28
RAHMONICS, CEPSTRUM 81/3/ 13
RAIN COVER, MICROPHONE 62/4/ 27
RANDOM-SINE GENERATOR 1027 64/3/ 39: 74/4/ 33
RANDOM INC. FIELD, FREE-FLD. MIC. IN 83/4/ 13-14
RANDOM INC. TYPE MIC. IN FREE FIELD 83/4/ 10-13
RANDOM INCIDENCE CORRECTOR 62/4/ 27
RANDOM INCIDENCE RESPONSE 76/2/ 19
RANDOM LOAD FATIGUE 68/1/3, 6-8
RANDOM NOISE 62/4/ 14
RANDOM NOISE GENERATOR 61/2/ 3-22
RANDOM NOISE GENERATOR 1402 61/3/ 38-39
RANDOM NOISE VOLTMETER 2417 63/1/ 20
RANDOM NOISE, FEEDBACK CONTROL 62/4/ 17-26
RANDOM NOISE, ROOM EXCITATION BY 73/1/ 21-22
RANDOM NONLINEAR VIBRATIONS 64/3/ 3-38
RANDOM SIGNAL' PEAK DISTRIBUTIONS 63/3/ 3-31
RANDOM SIGNAL AVERAGING 75/2/ 9-13
RANDOM SIGNALS 87/3/ 33-34
RANDOM SWEEP ACCELERATED TESTING 65/3/ 10-13
RANDOM SWEEP EXCITATION, THEORY 65/3/ 14-19
RANDOM SWEEP TESTING, ANALOG 65/3/ 3-19
RANDOM SWEEP VIBRATION (TEST) 64/2/ 19-29, 30-32
RANDOM SWEEP VIBRATION TEST 66/2/7-31
RANDOM UNCERTAINTY 87/2/ 27-28,
RANDOM VIBRATION EXCITATION 68/1/4-31
RANDOM VIBRATION TESTING 67/3/22-31
RANDOM WIDE BAND 65/3/ 14
RANGE POTENTIOMETER, LEVEL RECORDER 74/1/ 9
RANGE, DYNAMIC FM TAPE RECORDING 67/1/ 6-8
RAPID SINE SWEEP VIBRATION TEST 75/4/ 30, 31, 34-37
RAPIDLY CHANGING SIGNALS, AVERAGING OF 75/3/ 9-15
RASTI (ISO) CONTOURS 85/3/ 24-26
RASTI COMPUTER PROGRAM CODE, M-S BASIC 85/3/ 31-39
RASTI FOR ROOMS AND AUDITORIUMS 85/3/ 13-29, 17*, 25*
RASTI METER 3361 85/3/ 40
RASTI METER type 3361 85/3/ 8-10, 40
RASTI RE PA SYSTEMS 3361 85/3/ 27-28: 40
RATE, CROSSING, NON-LIN 64/3/ 33
RATING ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE 86/1/ 4-15
RAYLEIGH DISC (IN IMP. TUBE) *REFS 64/4/ 11-17, 28-29*
RAYLEIGH DISTRIBUTION 63/3/ 6
RAYLEIGH PROBABILITY DENSITY 60/4/ 18
RC AVERAGING FILTER 75/2/ 8+, 75/3/ 13-15
REACTIVE SOUND FIELD 82/4/ 6-8
REACTIVE. ACTIVE INTENSITY 82/3/ 30-31, 89/2/ 15-22
REACTIVITY INDEX, INT'Y, STAND. WAVES 85/4/ 22-26
READOUT, ANALOG (FROM GLR) (PRODUCT) 65/2/ 21
REAL-VALUE SPECTRUM 81/3/ 36-37
REAL TIME ANALYSIS (RTA) 69/4/ 3-11
REAL TIME ANALYSIS NECESSITY ?? 78/1/ 8-9
REAL TIME ANALYZER FOR IMPULSE RESPONSE 79/4/ 27-35, 31*
REAL TIME ANALYZER, 1/3 OCT TYPE 3347 70/1/ 38-39
REAL TIME ANALYZER, DIGITAL 2131 76/1/ 33-34
REALIZABLE & INVARIANT, DU. CH. FFT 84/1/ 25
RECALIBRATION 81/4/ 23-26
RECEIVER (TELEPHONE) EVALUATION 75/1/ 28-37
RECIPROCITY 81/4/ 21
RECIPROCITY APPARATUS 4143 75/3/ 40
RECIPROCITY CALIBRATION 65/1/ 17-26
RECIPROCITY SHUNT (MIC CAL) 65/1/ 21-23
RECOEDER, TAPE, DIGITAL TYPE 7400 80/2/ 43-44
RECORD PICKUP, STEREOPHONIC 62/3/ 3-7
RECORD, TEST, PHONOGRAPH 74/3/ 39
RECORDER PEN FLUCTUATIONS 74/1/ 9
RECORDER WRITING SPEED 65/2/ 7, 11
RECORDER, EVENT TYPE 7502 72/1/ 33-34
RECORDER, FREQUENCY RESPONSE 54/2 2 Type 2314
RECORDER, FREQUENCY RESPONSE 3227 63/1/ 23-24
RECORDER, LEVEL, 2-CHANNEL 2309 79/1/ 26-27
RECORDER, LEVEL, AVERAGING TIME 74/1/ 3-12
RECORDER, LEVEL, UPDATE 64/3/ 39
RECORDER, TAPE, PERFORMANCE 57/3/ 1-22
RECORDER, TAPE, PORTABLE 7003,4 74/2/ 13-25: 73/4/ 32
RECORDERS, AVERAGING TIME 61/1/ 3-21
RECORDERS, LEVEL, AVERAGING IN 75/2/ 22-38
RECORDERS, LEVEL, AVERAGING TIME 67/4/16-27
RECORDING CROSS TALK 62/3/ 17+
RECORDING OF AMPLITUDE DENSITY FUNCTION 59/4/ 1-18
RECORDING PLAYBACK LOSS 62/3/ 24-27, 31
RECORDING STUDIOS AD 36-38
RECORDING, MAGNETIC & HISTORY AD 5-9
RECORDING, TAPE, FM 67/1/ 3-15
RECTAGULAR PULSE SPECTRUM 70/3/ 8-19
RECTANGULAR (FLAT) WEIGHTING WINDOW,FFT 79/1/ 16-17
RECTANGULAR WINDOW 73/2/ 9-11, 23-25
RECTIFIER CIRCUIT FOR IMPULSES 72/1/ 14-16
RECTIFIER CIRCUITS, RMS 72/2/ 3-18
RECTIFIER, TRUE RMS 60/4/ 7, 61/3/ 36
REDUNDANCY IN TDS 83/1/ 41
REEL TO REEL TAPES AD 40-45
REFERENCE SOUND SOURCE 74/4/ 35: 77/4/ 16 Fast
REFERENCE SOUND SOURCE PERFORMANCE4204,5 78/3/ 11-14
REFERENCE STANDARD, WORKING 87/2/ 27,
REFERENCE SURFACE PROFILE 83/3/ 16
REFLECTANCE STANDARD 84/4/ 4
REFLECTED WAVES, WARBLE TONE COMPENSATION 76/2/21
REFLECTION OF SOUND OUTDOORS 83/4/ 18-20
REFLECTION, SPECULAR 84/4/ 11
REGULATION, THERMAL, HUMAN BODY 82/2/ 5-7
RESIDENTIAL OUTDOOR LIGHTING GUIDE 86/2/ 30-31
RESISTANCE, LEAKAGE, ARTIFICIAL EAR 61/4/ 24
RESONANCE, COMPRESSOR IMPELLER BLADE 73/3/ 26-31
RESONANCE, TURBINE ROTOR 73/4/ 19-24
RESONANT CIRCUIT TRANSIENT RESPONSE 76/1/ 29+-, 31
RESONANT CIRCUIT, IMPULSES THROUGH 76/1/ 26-32, 31
RESONANT METHOD-COMPLEX MODULUS DAMP. 94/2/ 41-44
RESONANT RESPONSE, SWEPT EXCITATION 75/3/ 24-26
RESPIRATION HEAT LOSS, HUMAN 82/2/ 13, 25
RESPONSE FUNCTION, IMPULSE 84/2/ 4-18
RESPONSE, DYNAMIC 01/1/ 16
RESPONSE, FAST, SLM 77/4/ 14-17, 16*
RESPONSE, FREE-FIELD, SLM 77/4/ 8
RESPONSE, FREE FIELD, CONDENSER MIC.-I 59/1/ 12-17
RESPONSE, FREE FIELD, CONDENSER MIC.-II 59/2/ 1-16
RESPONSE, FREE FIELD, SLM 76/2/ 3-24
RESPONSE, FREQUENCY PLOTTER TRACER 65/3/ 20-33
RESPONSE, LOW FREQUENCY, MICROPHONE 81/4/ 3-15
RESPONSE, MAGNETIC TAPE AD 17-22
RESPONSE, MICROPHONE, FREQUENCY CAL. 64/4/ 4-6
RESPONSE, RANDOM INCIDENCE 76/2/ 19
RESPONSE, RESONANT, SWEPT EXCITATION 75/3/ 24-26
RETRIEVER, WAVEFORM, 6302 77/3/ 27-28
REVERB ROOM MIC POSITIONS 78/4/ 8
REVERB ROOM SOUND POWER @ A DISTANCE 71/4/ 24-29
REVERBERANT ROOM FFT MODAL ANALYSIS 80/2/ 33-34
REVERBERATION AT LOW FREQS (31-200 HZ) 78/4/ 3-33, 14*
REVERBERATION CHAMBER DESIGN 64/2/ 8-10
REVERBERATION DECAY 61/2/ 15, 21: 78/4/ 5-16
REVERBERATION DECAY 66/4/ 15, 27
REVERBERATION EXCITATION 73/1/ 21-24
REVERBERATION EXCITATION, TONEBURST 66/4/ 16
REVERBERATION INTEGRATING PROCES. 4422 72/1/ 39
REVERBERATION MEASURED BY DECAY 73/1/ 22
REVERBERATION MEASUREMENT 73/1/ 24-29
REVERBERATION MEASUREMENT HISTORY 66/4/ 4-12
REVERBERATION MEASUREMENTS 73/1/ 18-29
REVERBERATION ROOM, SOUND POWER IN 78/3/ 18-26, 21*,25* (LF ANOMALY)
REVERBERATION ROOM, WARBLE TONE IN 62/4/ 13
REVERBERATION SCHROEDER-KUTTRULL 73/1/ 25-26 Integr.Imp
REVERBERATION TIME 80/3/ 7-9
REVERBERATION TIME ANALYZER 2131 77/2/ 3-18
REVERBERATION TIME BY LEVEL RECORDER 74/1/ 13-17
REVERBERATION TIME PROTRACTOR 72/4/ 28-32
REVERBERATION TIME RE SOUND POWER 78/3/ 36
REVERBERATION TIME, OPTIMUM PER ROOM 73/1/ 20
REVERBERATION TIME, THEORETICAL 78/4/ 24-29
REVERBERATION, LOSS FACTOR MEASUREMENT 58/1/ 3-4
REVERBERATION, LOSS FACTOR MEASUREMENT 58/2/ 3-4 repeat
REVERBRATION MEASUREMENT 66/4/ 1-27
REVERSED TIME DECAY MEAS. 94/1/ 13-15
RHINO-LARYNX STROBOSCOPE 4914 84/4/ 39
RIB STIFFENERS 88/1/ 7-16
RICE CUTOFF 63/3/ 6
RINGING, IMPULSE, VIBRATION (FFT) 84/4/ 23
RIPPLE, THIRD-OCTAVE FILTER RE IMPULSE 70/1/ 21-22
RISE TIME, THIRD-OCTAVE, RE IMPULSE 70/1/ 20-21
RISK CRITERIA, HEARING DAMAGE 62/2/ 31-33
RISK CRITERIA, HEARING DAMAGE 76/1/ 18-22
RISK, DRAUGHT, & PREDICTION 88/2/ 1-36, 26FF; MODEL = 33
RMS AVERAGING 55/4/ 2
RMS DETECTOR PERFORMANCE 75/3/ 27-36
RMS PROPERTIES OF INSTRUMENTS 63/1/ 11-19
RMS RECTIFIER CIRCUITS 72/2/ 3-18
RMS VOLTMETER 2410 61/3/ 36-37
RMS, AVERAGING TIME OF 75/3/ 3-36: 75/2/ 3-21, 73/3/ 19-21*
RMS, TRUE 58/3/ 9-21, P. 16-17
RMS, TRUE, RECTIFIER 60/4/ 7, 61/3/ 36
ROADS, LIGHTING GUIDE 86/2/ 27-29
ROD, CONNECTING, DYNAMIC STRAIN MEAS. 59/3/ 10
ROLL-OFF, MICROPHONES, LOW FREQUENCY 60/1/ 10
ROLLING ELEMENT, BEARINGS, FREQUENCY 87/1/ 10
ROOM ABSORPTION BY SOUND POWER METHOD 76/4/ 26-36
ROOM EIGENMODES 78/4/ 20, 31
ROOM ENERGY DENSITY (AXIAL,TANG.,OBLQ.) 78/4/ 34-38
ROOM MEAN FREE PATH 78/4/ 21-23, 39-40
ROOM NOISE NC-CRITERIA 62/2/ 29
ROOM REVERBERATION, NOISE EXCITATION OF 73/1/ 21-24
ROOM REVERBERATION, OPTIMUM 73/1/ 20
ROOM, NOISE TEST 63/2/ 6-9
ROOM, TEST, NOISE, DESIGN 64/2/ 3-18
ROTOR BEARING, TURBOCHARGER 73/4/ 4-13
ROTOR, TURBOCHARGER, VIBRATION & NOISE 73/4/ 3-24
ROUGHNESS METER 6102 60/3/ 27
ROUGHNESS METER 6100 57/2/ 23-24
ROUGHNESS PARAMETERS, SURFACE 83/3/ 7
ROUGHNESS, SURFACE 61/3/ 3-34, 28: 83/3/ 3-45
ROUGHNESS, SURFACE, IN PRODUCTION 83/3/ 5: 43
RPM CHANGES, MEASUREMENT 66/3/ 28-29
RTA, DIGITAL 2131 76/1/ 33-34
RTA, IMPULSE RESPONSE ANALYSIS WITH 79/4/ 27-35, 31*
RUNNING INTEGRATION 75/2/ 5+
RUNWAY RE AIRPORT NOISE 64/1/ 21


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