condenser microphone


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condenser microphone

[kən′den·sər ′mī·krə‚fōn]
(engineering acoustics)
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Our objective in this appendix is to describe the low-frequency behavior of a condenser microphone used as a source.
Distributed around the world, CESVA are the only Spanish company who specialize in the design & manufacture of acoustic equipment, such as condenser microphones.
An alternative option of condenser microphones is an electret microphone.
In addition to the size, robustness and low-power advantages over traditional condenser microphones, MEMS microphones enable dramatic advancements in sound quality in multiple-microphone applications.
MEMS microphones have recently emerged to compete with the traditional electret condenser microphones (ECM)(4).
phonocardiographs (3) and condenser microphones (6, 8, 12, 13, 22, 23, 26), piezoelectric, unidirectional accelerometers (7, 16, 17, 20, 21, 27), and composite probes (19).
It survives higher intensity signals, up to 216 dB, that would damage most condenser microphones beyond their 3 percent distortion limit.
Traditional electret condenser microphones (ECMs) have reached smaller sizes, but are approaching the limits of the technology and are unlikely to shrink much further or provide significant new innovations.