Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers
DOI : 10.4313/JKEM.2015.28.11.748
Title & Authors
Optimize the Acoustic Environment Using a Sound Masking Effects of the Audio Signal Compression Principle Ann, Sook-Hyang;
Sound Masking System technology as by sound the same on all bands and artificially generates a constant sound shield People want to hear or recognize the people with the noise generated from the interior of the way. Prevent hearing or prevent recognition by using the technology to control the audible frequency band Continue to emit constant and uniform shielding sound audible frequency band Even the security content of speech (20 Hz~20 KHz). That interception laser eavesdropping, internal solicitations, during recording Or delay the decoding was a result of the effect of interference calculated Experience noise disturbance index is applied around the Stress Index is the average index is 10.16 was a luxury for the average index is then applied to the index 3.07 Noise is significantly lower stress level has improved noise conditions.
Audio signal;Audio Compression;Sound masking;
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