acoustic device

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n acoustic device a device for amplifying or transmitting sound
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Usage


In news:

Boston Acoustics is promoting a variety of speaker solutions designed to tap into consumers' attachment to their personal music devices and expand that listening experience outward.
In San Jose, Calif, $27,000 in state grant money was used to purchase a Long Range Acoustic Device for police arsenals.
Per the invention, an audio communications device has a handset in which a touch sensing ear piece region is coupled to an acoustic leakage analyzer.
Sonora , the doing-business-as name for Acoustic Marketing Research, specializes in ultrasound devices, like the ones used to examine fetuses in pregnant women.
If you don't have one of the compatible iOS devices, Acoustic Research has also included a 3.5mm jack on the ARS13, so you can hook in other components.
Most audiophiles probably associate New Jersey's Symposium Acoustics with vibration control and isolation devices.
I overlooked the Acoustic Sciences Corporation Tube Traps , a patented new acoustic device designed by Arthur Noxon (president of ASC).
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In science:

Figure 1: Schematic view of underwater 4-channel digital device for detection of acoustic signals from high energy neutrinos.
A prototype device for acoustic neutrino detection in Lake Baikal
For neutrino detection by radio wave generation in dense media also a hybrid device based on different detection technologies (e.g. radio, acoustic, and optical) would be the most powerful realization for a proof-of-principle of the technique.
Radio Detection of Particles from the Cosmos
However, for cross-calibrations, the radio technique seems currently more promising due to the low cost of antennas, the lower power consumption than acoustic devices, and the larger attenuation length in the ice.
In Search for Extraterrestrial High Energy Neutrinos
Note that the classical system is known as nonlinear Mathieu equation which can be derived from surface acoustic wave in piezoelectric solid and nanomechanical ampliļ¬er in micronscale devices .
Controllability of Wavepacket Dynamics in Coherently Driven Double-Well Potential
The energy dissipated depends on both the microscopic structure of the defect dynamics and on the long-wavelength acoustic properties of the mechanical device and its surroundings.
The Role of Reconstructed Surfaces in the Intrinsic Dissipative Dynamics of Silicon Nanoresonators
In the industry there is a sole privately funded company Impulse Devices, Inc. (www.impulsedevices.com) that pursues research & development of Extreme Acoustic CavitationTM with the objective to commercialize cavitation-induced fusion technology.
Cavitation-Induced Fusion: Proof of Concept
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