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ASA - ANSI/ASA S1.6

AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD Preferred Frequencies and Filter Band Center Frequencies for Acoustical Measurements

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Organization: ASA
Publication Date: 15 August 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 18
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For certain acoustical measurements, a constant-frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric series. This is useful as acoustical data is commonly plotted on a logarithmic frequency axis (see IEC 60263). This standard deals with the geometric series.

The present standard is not concerned with specification of preferred frequencies for music or musical instruments, or with the calculation of band-edge frequencies for bandpass filters.

Document History

ANSI/ASA S1.6
August 15, 2016
AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD Preferred Frequencies and Filter Band Center Frequencies for Acoustical Measurements
For certain acoustical measurements, a constant-frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric...
August 15, 2016
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies and Filter Band Center Frequencies for Acoustical Measurements
For certain acoustical measurements, a constant-frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric...
May 21, 1984
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies, Frequency Levels, and Band Numbers for Acoustical Measurements
For certain acoustical measurements, a constant-frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric...
May 21, 1984
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies, Frequency Levels, and Band Numbers for Acoustical Measurements
A description is not available for this item.
May 21, 1984
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies, Frequency Levels, and Band Numbers for Acoustical Measurements
For certain acoustical measurements, a constant frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric...
May 21, 1984
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies, Frequency Levels, and Band Numbers for Acoustical Measurements
For certain acoustical measurements, a constant-frequency increment is a suitable spacing. More commonly, however, a constant-percentage increment is adopted and the frequencies then form a geometric...
May 21, 1984
American National Standard Preferred Frequencies, Frequency Levels, and Band Numbers for Acoustical Measurements
A description is not available for this item.

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