audio signal


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audio signal

[′ȯd·ē·ō ‚sig·nəl]
(acoustics)
An electric signal having the frequency of a mechanical wave that can be detected as a sound by the human ear.
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The current paper introduces a novel method for encrypting/decrypting audio signal using a selected digital image as a complicated key and cover for audio signal.
of Berlin) designs technology for audio signal processing for the music software business and for audio content distributors.
First circuit is transmitting the audio signal which is converted into the light.
According to the company, the amplifiers adjust the devices' voltage supplies to the audio signal to minimize power dissipation.
Content will cover: adaptive signal processing; audio signal processing; machine learning; image and video processing; linear and non-linear filtering; and, biological and biomedical signal processing, among other topics.
Her research interests include the design of languages for digital audio signal specification, symbolic signal processing, and data sonification.
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com/research/7e2fde/digital_audio_sign) has announced the addition of the "Digital Audio Signal Processing, 2nd Edition" report to their offering.
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The wall plate version includes an additional coaxial digital audio signal port for greater flexibility.
Connections are included for the audio signal including digital PCM via coax or Toslink optical and analog audio via left and right RCA connections.