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spectrogram

[′spek·trə‚gram]
(spectroscopy)
The record of a spectrum produced by a spectrograph. Also known as measured spectrum.
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From the frequency spread in the STFT spectrogram, the outer components that contour the spectrogram indicate the maximum Doppler frequency.
The analysis involves displaying spectrogram and waveform on the screen, as shown in Figure 1.
The waveforms and spectrograms below represent portions of a birdsong and a whale song extracted from recordings on file at Cornell's Macaulay Library
The minimum requirements include the following equipment (IAI Voice Identification and Acoustic Analysis Subcommittee 1991; Committee on Evaluation of Sound Spectrograms, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences 1979; Tosi 1979; Koenig 1993; Koenig 1986):
SystemFlow Signal Viewer: The viewer now includes a scrolling spectrogram display to quickly view the entire spectrum under surveillance over time.
Measurement results for the famous USTER(r) value CVm are presented as easy-reference graphics, with diagrams, spectrograms and histograms.
The spectrogram in Figure 5 shows a moment from a young, highly successful lyric tenor singing a sustained [G.
Spectrogram of a series of signals transmitted to tree by microcontroller output to piezoelectric buzzer.
These tools include a virtual oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer and spectrogram displays.
org, the system first creates a spectrogram of the text, a visual representation of how the speech should sound.
Semi-occluded vocal tract exercises, spectrograms, formant and harmonic theory, laryngeal and acoustic registration, and specific protocols such as formant tuning or the use of vocal fry to outline formants on a spectrogram (3) were once beyond the grasp of most singers.