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SABINE, WALLACE CLEMENT 66/4/ 4-5
SAMPLED FUNCTION 79/1/ 6
SAMPLING FREQ VS FILTER 78/1/ 13
SAPHRE, CEPSTRUM 81/3/ 13
SAW TOOTH SIGNAL 62/4/ 6
SAW TOOTH SPECTRUM 61/2/ 17
SAW, CHAIN, NOISE 76/1/ 10: 77/4/ 16 Fast
SCAN AVERAGE ANALYSIS 80/2/ 36-37, 40-41
SCANNING (BEKESY) AUDIOMETER (NOTE) 73/1/ 39-42
SCHROEDER-KUTTRULL REVERBERATION METH 73/1/ 25-26 Integr.Imp
SCHROEDER, M. R. 66/4/ 12-13, 21,29
SCINTILLATION COUNTER 6536 57/3/ 25-28
SCREEN ATTENUATION, NEAR FIELD 73/2/ 39-50
SCREEN, WIND, MICROPHONE 60/2/ 3-26
SEASONAL THERMAL ADOPTION 82/2/ 31
SEGMENTATION IN TDS 83/1/ 33
SELECTOR, CHANNEL, MIC AND ACCEL 71/3/ 28-40
SELF-NOISE, ELECTRET MICROPHONE 79/4/ 17
SELF-NOISE, PRE-AMP. 84/3/ 17-18
SEMI-CYLINDRICAL ILLUMINANCE 86/2/ 39
SENSITIVITY COMPARITOR ACCEL. TYPE 2970 71/2/ 44
SENSITIVITY THEORY, MICROPHONE 83/4/ 7-10
SENSITIVITY TO MOISTURE, MICROPHONES 60/1/ 12-14
SERIES, FOURIER 79/1/ 6
SETED (TELEPHONE) 75/1/ 22
SEWING MACHINE NOISE 63/2/ 12, 77/4/ 16
SEX RE THERMAL ADOPTION 82/2/ 30
SFERT (TELEPHONE) 75/1/ 23
SHAKER APPLICATION 74/2/ 16
SHAKER, MACHINE, VIBRATION 67/3/11
SHAKER, MINI-, 7 NEWTON, TYPE 4810 69/4/ 30
SHAKERS, VIBRATION 60/3/ 3-20
SHAPES, DEFLECTIONAL, NOISE CONTROL 88/1/ 23-31
SHAVER, ELECTRIC, NOISE 62/2/ 23
SHOCK & VIBRATION UNITS & CALIBRATION 81/4/ 16-24
SHOCK ACCELEROMETER TYPE 8309 72/3/ 35
SHOCK CALIBRATION 81/4/ 21
SHOCK MEASUREMENT 66/3/ 3-27
SHOCK SPECTRUM 66/3/ 7-11 8*, 23-25
SHOCK, MEAS. ACCELEROMETER 66/3/ 12, 17, 27
SHORT-PASS FILTER, CEPSTRUM 81/3/ 13
SHORT TERM STABILITY 81/4/ 26
SHUNT, RECIPROCITY, (MIC CAL) 65/1/ 21-23
SIGNAL AVERAGING, RAPIDLY CHANGING TYPE 75/3/ 9-15
SIGNAL CONDITIONER ACOUSTIC EMISSION 2638 79/2/ 38-9
SIGNAL TO NOISE, TAPE RECORDERS 74/2/ 3-12
SIGNAL, GAS, PHOTOACOUSTIC 90/1/ 13
SIGNAL, TDS TEST 83/1/ 45
SIGNALS 87/3/ 29-38
SIGNALS, AVERAGING, RANDOM & PERIODIC 75/2/ 9-18
SIGNALS, DETERMINISTIC 87/3/ 31-33
SIGNALS, HILBERT (CAUSAL & ANALYTIC) 84/3/ 8-13,14-15:83/1/15-16+
SIGNALS, RANDOM 87/3/ 33-34
SIGNALS, TRANSIENT 87/3/ 34-36
SIMULATOR, MOUTH 4227 86/1/ 37
SINE-RANDOM GENERATOR 1027 64/3/ 39: 74/4/ 33
SINE SURFACE PROFILE 83/3/ 12
SINE SWEEP TESTING 75/4/ 6-19, 31
SINE WAVE GENERATOR 1023 76/2/ 36-37
SINE, RAPID SWEEP, VIBRATION TEST 75/4/ 30, 31, 34-37
SINE, SWEEP & NOISE GENERATOR 1051 86/3/ 43
SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM 68/1/12,19
SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM 63/3/ 18-22, 63/4/ 7-22Nonlin
SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM, NONLINEAR 64/3/ 4-38
SINGLE PASS NOISE TEST ROOM 64/2/ 10-18
SINGLE PULSE SIGNAL (SONIC BOOM, FFT) 69/3/ 3-26
SINUSOIDAL SOUND, ROOM EXCITATION BY 73/1/ 21
SKIN TEMPERATURE, HUMAN BODY 82/2/ 7-8
SLIT, PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBE 59/4/ 7-9
SLITTING, TAPE, MAGNETIC AD 29-30
SLM ACCURACY 77/4/ 3-17, 6*: 16 Fast
SLM DIRECTIVITY 77/4/ 6, 12
SLM FAST RESPONSE 77/4/ 14-17, 16*
SLM FREE FIELD RESPONSE 76/2/ 3-24
SLM, EUROPEAN 83/4/ 3-23
SLM, IMPULSE 2210 2218 77/4/ 26-27
SLM, INTEGRATING 2230,2233 83/4/ 24-33,34
SLM, PRECISION, MODULAR 85/3/ 42 ( 2231)
SLM, SMALL 82/1/ 33 ( 2232)
SLOW AVERAGING, LEVEL RECORDER 75/2/ 28-30
SMALL DC MOTOR NOISE (FAST) 65/2/ 5-8, 77/4/ 16
SMALL PISTONPHONE 55/3 7-13
SMOKE PARTICLE MOTION ACOUSTIC VELOCITY 65/1/ 6-8
SMPTE CONFERENCE 76/3/ 34
SNAPSHOT STSF 89/1/ 45
SNUBBERS (HARDENING SPRINGS) 63/4/ 13-17+
SOFTENING SPRING 63/4/ 20
SOFTENING SPRING, NONLINEAR THEORY 64/3/ 20+
SOFTWARE, THE PULSE 5.2 SYSTEM 01/1/ 7, 19-21
SONES 55/4/ 10-11
SONES CONVERSION CHART 55/4/ 21+
SONIC BOOM 65/4/ 23-25
SONIC BOOM ANALYSIS (FFT) 80/2/ 29-32
SONIC BOOM WAVE N-CURVE ANALYSIS 70/1/ 29-30
SONIC BOOM, FFT, SINGLE PULSE SIGNAL 69/3/ 3-26
SONOTUBEOMETRY 80/3/ 23-32
SOUND MEASUREMENT, PRODUCTION LINE 57/2/ 14-15
SOUND ABSORPTION, NONLINEARITY EFFECTS 62/4/ 11
SOUND ANALYSIS (MACHINE MANUFACTURING) 57/2/ 3-20
SOUND DISTRIBUTION IN REVERB ROOM 78/4/ 16-21
SOUND DISTRIBUTION OVER A CYLINDER 59/2/ 2
SOUND DISTRIBUTION OVER A DIAPHRAGM 59/2/ 3-6
SOUND EXPOSURE LEVEL 83/4/ 28-30
SOUND EXPOSURE LEVEL MEASUREMENT 86/1/ 32-36
SOUND FIELD, ACTIVE 82/4/ 6-8
SOUND FIELD, REACTIVE 82/4/ 6-8
SOUND FIELDS RE INTENSITY MEASUREMENT 85/4/ 16-17
SOUND FIELDS, SPATIAL TRANSFER (STSF) 89/1/ 1-48
SOUND IMPULSES, PERCEPTION OF 76/1/ 7
SOUND INSULATION BY SOUND POWER 80/3/ 3-22
SOUND INSULATION MEAS. BY INTENSITY 86/4/ 3-10
SOUND INTENSITY (PART 1) 82/3/ 3-38, 5-12(THEORY),24-27(MATH)
SOUND INTENSITY (PART 2) 82/4/ 3-23
SOUND INTENSITY ALGORITHM 82/3/ 24-27
SOUND INTENSITY BY DU. CH. FFT 84/2/ 31-35: 43
SOUND INTENSITY CALIBRATION 82/4/ 13-14
SOUND INTENSITY CALIBRATOR 87/4/ 36-42
SOUND INTENSITY MEASUREMENT 82/4/ 8-12
SOUND INTENSITY MEASUREMENT VALIDITY 85/4/ 3-31: 30-31
SOUND INTENSITY PHASE MATCH=82/4/ 4-6, PROBES = 82/4/6-12
SOUND INTENSITY PROBE & ANALYZER 3520,4433,4183 86/4/ 40-41
SOUND INTENSITY THEORY 74/4/ 25
SOUND KIT, FLIGHT SIMULATOR 01/1/ 17 (opp)
SOUND LEVEL 64/1/ 4
SOUND LEVEL METER + OCTAVE FILT. 2215 77/3/ 26-27
SOUND LEVEL METER 2204 68/4/34-35
SOUND LEVEL METER 2205, 6 68/4/35-36
SOUND LEVEL METER 2260 APPLICATIONS 01/1/ 26-31
SOUND LEVEL METER FREE FIELD CALIBR. 69/2/ 15-20
SOUND LEVEL METER, IMPULSE 2209 72/1/ 32-33
SOUND LEVEL METER, INTEGRAT., MIC. FOR 83/4/ 20-22
SOUND LEVEL METER, INTEGRATING 82/4/ 43-44
SOUND LEVEL METERS 76/1/ 5-7: 77/4/ 16 Fast
SOUND LEVELS, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 64/1/ 3-23, 6*
SOUND POWER BY REVERBERATION ROOM 80/3/ 7-8
SOUND POWER EQUATION 78/3/ 4-11
SOUND POWER IN A REVERBERANT ROOM 78/3/ 18-26, 21*,25* (LF ANOMALY)
SOUND POWER IN FREE FIELD 78/3/ 15-18
SOUND POWER MEAS. @ LOW FREQUENCIES 78/3/ 3-40
SOUND POWER MEASUREMENT 71/3/ 3-27
SOUND POWER MEASUREMENT 76/4/ 3-25
SOUND POWER MEASUREMENT BY INTENSITY 82/4/ 14-17
SOUND POWER METHOD FOR ROOM ABSORPTION 76/4/ 26-36
SOUND POWER RADIATED VS IMPEDANCE 78/3/ 26-29
SOUND POWER RE EIGENMODE SPACING 78/3/ 29-36
SOUND POWER RE REVERBERATION TIME 78/3/ 36
SOUND POWER SOURCE 4205 77/3/ 24-25
SOUND POWER VIA SPL AT A DISTANCE 71/4/ 24-29
SOUND POWER, DRILL 74/3/ 23-25: 77/4/ 16 Fast
SOUND PRESSURE, IN EAR CHANNEL 61/4/ 10-12
SOUND SOURCE, ISOTROPIC 4241 74/4/ 23-31: 74/1/ 26
SOUND SOURCE, REFERENCE 74/4/ 35: 77/4/ 16 Fast
SOUND SOURCE, SPEAKER (118 dB PWL) 4224 83/3/ 46
SOUND SOURCE: MICROPHONE 77/3/ 3-23
SOUND SOURCES, & REFERENCE TYPE 4204,5 78/3/ 11-14
SOURCE COMPARISON 78/3/ 14-15
SOURCE, LOCATION VIA INTENSITY 82/4/ 17-23
SOURCE, MICROPHONE, SOUND 77/3/ 3-23
SOURCE, SOUND POWER, 4205 77/3/ 24-25
SOURCE, SOUND, REFERENCE 74/4/ 35: 77/4/ 16 Fast
SOURCE, SOUND, SPEAKER (118 dB PWL) 4224 83/3/ 46
SOURCES, SOUND, &REFERENCE TYPE 4204,5 78/3/ 11-14
SPACE AVERAGED SQUARED SPL (RECT. ROOM) 78/4/ 41-42
SPATIAL TRANSFER SOUND FIELDS (STSF) 89/1/ 1-48
SPATIAL TRANSFORM, CROSS-SPECTRAL 89/1/ 12-28
SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION-SOUND FIELD(STSF)89/2/ 1-27
SPECTRAL AVERAGE WEIGHTED, OVERLAPPED 87/4/ 19-22
SPECTRAL DENSITY & CROSS-CORRELATION 70/4/ 3-27
SPECTRAL DENSITY, CROSS-POWER 68/3/21-31
SPECTRAL DENSITY, POWER & ENERGY 87/3/ 13, 37
SPECTRAL LUMINOUS EFFICACY & EFFICIENCY 86/2/ 20
SPECTROMETER 54/2 2 Type 2109
SPECTROMETER (1/3 OCTAVE, 22HZ-45KHZ) 2112 61/3/ 37-38
SPECTROMETRY, TIME DELAY (TDS) 83/1/ 3-51, 33*
SPECTROMETRY, TIME DELAY, PART 2 83/2/ 3-50
SPECTROSCOPY, MOLECULAR 90/1/ 10-12
SPECTRUM ANALYSIS, 1/12 OCTAVE 73/1/ 30-38
SPECTRUM NONLINEARITY EFFECTS 63/3/ 3-31
SPECTRUM, CROSS-POWER 68/3/3-20
SPECTRUM, CROSS 89/2/ 5-6
SPECTRUM, ENERGY 72/1/ 5-6
SPECTRUM, EVEN 81/3/ 38-39
SPECTRUM, EVEN, CONJUGATE 81/3/ 38-40
SPECTRUM, FOURIER 66/3/ 5-7, 8*, 22
SPECTRUM, REAL VALUE 81/3/ 36-37
SPECTRUM, SAW TOOTH 61/2/ 17
SPECTRUM, SHOCK 66/3/ 7-11 8* 23-25
SPECTRUM, VIBRATION 78/1/ 7
SPECTRUM, WARBLED 61/2/ 17
SPECULAR REFLECTION 84/4/ 11
SPEECH ANALYSIS (FFT) 80/2/ 28-29
SPEECH ANALYSIS, CEPSTRUM 81/3/ 23-25+
SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY 85/3/ 10-11
SPEECH TRANSMISSION INDEX (STI) RASTI 3361 85/3/ 8-10: 40
SPEED, WRITING, RECORDER 65/2/ 7, 11
SPHERICAL CAVITY 90/1/ 17
SPHERICAL HYDROPHONE 8105 86/4/ 44
SPHERICAL WAVE APPROXIMATION INTENSITY 82/3/ 37-39
SPL AT A DISTANCE (SOUND POWER) 71/4/ 24-29
SPL, STEADY, IN FREQUENCY BAND theory 78/4/ 22-23
SPLICING TAPE AD 33
SPLM, PRECISION 2203* 60/3/ 27
SPRECTOMETER, CROSS-POWER PART I 68/3/25-31
SPRECTOMETER, CROSS-POWER PART II 68/4/21-33
SPRING, HARDENING, NONLINEAR THEORY 64/3/ 7+
SPRING, SOFTENING 63/4/ 20
SPRINGS, HARDENING (SNUBBERS) 63/4/ 13-17+
SPRINGS, NONLINEAR 64/3/ 4+
SQUARING CIRCUIT (REVERB. MEAS.) 66/4/ 23-24
STABILITY 81/4/ 26
STABILITY, ACCELEROMETER 87/2/ 19
STABILITY, CONDENSER MICROPHONES 69/2/ 8-14
STABILITY, ELECTRET MICROPHONE 79/4/ 12-15,22-25 Failure
STAND, MICROPHONE 0026 59/1/ 24-25
STAND. WAVE REACTIVITY INDEX RE INTS'Y 85/4/ 22-26
STANDARD DEVIATION 64/1/ 11
STANDARD DEVIATION FORMULA 61/1/ 17
STANDARD TELEPHONE, 73D SUBSET 3350,2 75/1/ 38-42
STANDARD, PRIMARY 87/2/ 26,
STANDARD, REFERENCE, WORKING 87/2/ 27,
STANDARD, TRANSFER 87/2/ 26,
STANDING WAVE, ABSORPTION BY 62/4/ 12
STANDING WAVE, BAR ELASTICITY 58/1/ 9-15
STANDING WAVE, BAR ELASTICITY 58/2/ 9-15 repeat
STATION, WORK, INTENSITY 89/2/ 23-26
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SOUND LEVELS 64/1/ 3-23, 6*
STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTION ANALYZER 4420 63/1/ 20-21
STEADY SPL IN FREQUENCY BAND theory 78/4/ 22-23
STEPHENS' LOUDNESS 62/2/ 12+
STEREO MICROPHONE SET 3529,3530 86/4/ 41-42
STEREOPHONIC RECORD PICKUP 62/3/ 3-7
STEVENS LOUDNESS 72/1/ 11-13
STI (SPEECH TRANSMISSION INDEX) RASTI 3361 85/3/ 8-10: 40
STIFFENER, BRACKET 88/1/ 16-22
STIFFENERS, RIB 88/1/ 1-16
STORAGE, TAPE, MAGNETIC AD 32
STRAIN INDICATOR 1526 74/1/ 23
STRAIN, DYNAMIC MEASUREMENT 59/3/ 1-19
STREET NOISE LEVEL 64/1/ 5, 77/4/ 16
STRESS, HEAT 85/2/ 3-37
STRESS,STRAIN BY ACOUSTIC EMISSION 79/2/ 3-36
STROBOSCOPE #4910 67/2/22-23
STROBOSCOPE, DIGITAL 82/4/ 42-43
STROBOSCOPE, PORTABLE 4912 81/3/ 43
STROBOSCOPE, RHINO-LARYNX 4914 84/4/ 39
STROBOSCOPY (LARYNX) 69/1/26-30
STROKE, HEAT 85/2/ 9-11
STRUCTURAL MODAL ANALYSIS 88/1/ 1-22
STRUCTURE, MODAL FREQUENCIES OF 86/3/ 3-22
STSF - SPATIAL TRANSFER SOUND FIELDS 89/1/ 1-48
STSF & APPLICATION (MOTORCYCLE) 89/2/ 1-27
STSF SNAPSHOT 89/1/ 45
STSF, LOUDSPEAKERS 89/1/ 33-36
STUDIES, DRAUGHT 88/2/ 12-32
STUDIO MICROPHONES 4003-7 83/3/ 51-52
STUDIOS, RECORDING AD 36-38
SUBJECTIVE MEASUREMENTS 75/1/ 10-11, 18, 22-27
SULPHUR HEXAFLOURIDE 90/2/ 16
SUNLIGHT ON MICROPHONE 74/1/ 18-21
SUPERPOSITION PRINCIPLE 75/3/ 5
SUPERSONIC ACFT NOISE (SONIC BOOM) 65/4/ 23-25
SURFACE PROFILE MEASUREMENT 61/3/ 9: 83/3/ 9-28
SURFACE ROUGHNESS IN PRODUCTION 83/3/ 5: 43
SURFACE ROUGHNESS MEASUREMENT 61/3/ 3-34, 28: 83/3/ 3-45
SURFACE WAVES IN ACOUSTIC EMISSIONS 81/2/ 9-12+
SWEATING AND DEHYDRATION 85/2/ 9
SWEEP RANDOM ACCELERATED TESTING 65/3/ 10-13
SWEEP RANDOM EXCITATION, THEORY 65/3/ 14-19
SWEEP RANDOM TESTING, ANALOG 65/3/ 3-19
SWEEP RANDOM VIBRATION (TEST) 64/2/ 19-29, 30-32
SWEEP RANDOM VIBRATION TEST 66/2/7-31
SWEEP SINE TESTING 75/4/ 6-19, 31
SWEPT RESONANT RESPONSE 75/3/ 24-26
SWEPT SIGNAL, AVERAGING OF 75/3/ 9-15
SWISS PTT ARTIFICIAL EAR 61/4/ 14-15, 19+
SYMPOSIUM, TELEPHONEMETRY 75/1/ 3-4
SYSTEMATIC UNCERTAINTY 87/2/ 28
SYSTEMS, MEASUREEMENT, DIGITAL 69/1/3-6



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