A case study on the new reverberation room built in University of Technology Sydney
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- Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress on Acoustics, 2019
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A new reverberation room has just been built at Centre for Audio, Acoustics and Vibration in University of Technology Sydney. The paper reports some key parameters of the room, which include the background noise and its spectrum, the number of modes in low frequency bands, the cut-off frequency, the standard deviation of the spatial variations of the reverberant field, the decay curves of the sound pressure level versus time, the reverberation times, and the absorption coefficients. These parameters are compared with the published data of other reverberation rooms and some important issues for making accurate measurements are discussed.
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