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Want to meet with us in 2023?
We are happy to announce that Mecanum will be present to three great events this year! If you are there too… come talk to us! NOISE-CON 2023, Inter-Noise 2023, Acoustic Week Canada 2023.
News About LFX Software
Our team has been working hard on the GUI and Core of our software, LFX. This powerful post-processing software is specifically designed for use with the raw data of Mecanum’s LF-ANT 3D acoustic camera. With…
China Acoustics Valley
Mecanum is proud to equip such an innovative engineering laboratory as China Acoustics Valley! A big thank you to our partner Heavy Zhang from Prosynx!
We are still talking here about “Bell telephone laboratories”. Bell engineers needed a reliable metric to develop their new telephone devices. So they created the decibel, or one tenth of a Bel – named in…
dB & dBA
In 1933, Harvey Fletcher and W. A. Munson from Bell Telephone Laboratories presented loudness level contours (curves of equal perception of a sound). These curves were obtained statistically following listening tests carried out using listeners…
Sound Perception VS Frequency
The audible frequency range varies from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. As for the perception of the volume of a sound, the human ear does not react in a linear way for the perception of…