condenser microphone


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condenser microphone

[kən′den·sər ′mī·krə‚fōn]
(engineering acoustics)
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Due to its long history of providing one-inch condenser microphone calibrations to customers, NIST is in a unique position to analyze data concerning the long-term stability of these devices.
A schematic diagram of the Bruel & Kjaer 4135 condenser microphone is shown in Fig.
The pre-amp additionally provides power to condenser microphones. This line-level signal can be captured by the input on your computer's audio card to produce a discrete analog of the signal as a sequence of samples.
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).