Sound Quality of Audio Systems - Modelling, Measurement & Control
3-Day Lecture by W. Klippel
Dates: March 5th - 7th, 2018 (9am - 5pm)
Presenter: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klippel
Location: University of Technology Dresden, Barkhausen-Bau (Room BAR 205) Helmholtzstraße 18, 01069 Germany
Registration Fee: 360 Euro (incl. VAT)
Contact: Jasmin Klaue (j.klaue(at)klippel(dot)de)
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The 2018 lecture on “Sound Quality of Audio Systems” presented by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klippel, honorary professor of the Institute of Acoustics and Speech Communication, will give you a deep understanding on the latest measurement and diagnostic techniques used in telecommunication, automotive, multi-media and professional applications to design small, light and cost-effective loudspeakers. The generation of signal distortion is modelled by linear, nonlinear and time-variant systems with lumped and distributed parameters. The course makes the relationship between symptoms and physical causes of the distortion more transparent. Practical sections will give each participant further opportunities for learning by doing.
Benefit from over 30 years of fundamental research by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Klippel and apply this gained knowledge to your own field of work to improve the way you design and / or manufacture your loudspeaker.
Comprehensive assessment of Audio Systems
Physical Measurement and preceptional evaluation
Root Cause Analysis of Signal Distortion
Designing Green Speakers - providing mor output with higher efficiency and lower cost
Active Control of Electro-Acoustical Transducer
Highly recommended for: Students and teachers of the electro-acoustics as well as for engineers of the Audio Industry active in research & development, manufacturing and quality control
Below is a list of offered tutorial on Monday and Tuesday afternoon.
Registered participants will be contacted via email 1 month prior to the lecture to choose their preferred tutorial.
|Monday, March 5th 2018||Tuesday, March 6th, 2018|
|Hands-on Tutorial on Nonlinear Speaker Control Part 1||Hands-on Tutorial on Nonlinear Speaker Control Part 2|
|dB-Lab: Effective Project Management and Hidden Features||Statistical Analysis of Measurement Results|
|Sensitive Rub&Buzz Tests||Suspension Part Testing|
|Live Audio Analyzer||Optimizing Simulation of Cone Vibration with Scanner Data|
|Anechoic Tests in Normal Rooms||Large Signal Testing in R&D and QC|