Advanced digital audio
Primarily intended for the practicing audio engineer and advanced student, each chapter in this reference book targets an important technical development; one-bit conversion, noise shaping, digital dither, optical recording, fiber optics, digital audio for film and video, data compression, digital broadcasting, and digital signal processing.
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Noise and Distortion
Pulse Modulation and Sampling Systems
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accumulator AES/EBU algorithm amplitude analog attenuation audio data audio data compression Audio Engineering Society audio signal band bandwidth bits broadcasting cable channel circuit coefficients compact disc components Courtesy D/A converter data compression decimation decoding digital audio digital filter digital signal processing distortion dither domain DSP chip dynamic range emission encoding energy example fiber optics fiber-optic FIR filter floating-point format frequency response hardware IEEE impulse response increased input signal instruction interface laser diode layer light linear loop low-bit low-pass filter medium memory mode modulation Motorola multiple multiplexing noise shaping operation optical fiber output oversampling performance phase processor provides pulse recording result sampled signal sampling frequency sampling rate satellite serial shift shown in Figure sigma-delta sound soundfield spectrum splice switching Sync tape techniques tion track transform transmission transmitted waveform wavelength width words z-transform zero
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