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Far Field analysis has a lower and upper frequency bound. The lower bound indicates from which frequency the sound image can show results. The upper bound indicates from which frequency spatial aliasing can happen.
This blog is useful for users who are interested in technical details of sound imaging.
With the insights we share, you will have a better understanding of the physical layout and size of a microphone-array.
This will particularly help you in selection of hardware and understanding the results of a recording.
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With the insights we share, you will have a better understanding of detection acoustic leaks.
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With the insights we share, you will have a better understanding of a frequency spectrum and detection of peak-frequencies in the environment.
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It also helps explaining frequency-related issues to less experienced people.
The Spectrogram is a time-frequency diagram.
The X-axis of the spectrogram displays the time from left to right. The Y-axis of the shows frequencies.
The colours in the spectrogram represent the intensities of a frequency at a certain time. An intense colour means a strong pressure of that frequency was recorded at that point in time.