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Four-Channel Noise Source

Report Number: WADC TR 55-194
Author: Barnes, George H.
Corporate Author: Laboratories Of Research And Development, Franklin Institute
Laboratory: Aero Medical Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1955-04
Pages: 18
PB Number: PB132255
AD Number: AD0076879

A low-frequency four-channel noise source has been constructed for use in human response studies. This devide is useful in determining frequency response characteristics for jet pilots. The amplitude on each channel is variable from zero to one-quarter volt rms, and the bandwidth is variable from 0.08 cps to 0.64 cps in four discrete steps.

Hunt Library, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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