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Stigwood, Mike; Large, Sarah; and Stigwood, Duncan
Audible amplitude modulation – results of field measurements and investigations compared to psycho-acoustical assessment and theoretical research
In the UK the cause of amplitude modulation (AM) and the ability to predict its occurrence is considered abstruse by many. Few have experienced or measured AM and yet conclusions are frequently made asserting that it is rare and that any action to counter its effects is limited by minimal knowledge surrounding its nature and cause. This paper aims to advance current knowledge and opinion of AM. Methods used to successfully investigate AM are confirmed. AM should be measured during . . . Complete article »

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