Introduction to Audio Production Testadmin
Audio Precision and TME Sytems are jointly organising a webinar that describes challenges specific to the production, manufacturing, and testing of audio devices. The discussion is relevant to acoustic, analog and/or digital audio measurement.
Included in the discussion are:
- Audio production test challenges
- External control of test systems
- Definition & Use of Pass/Fail Criteria, including reference devices / “golden units”
- Creation of automation sequences, including pre- and post-measurement requirements for operators
- Test results reporting and data export
The demonstration feature a consumer audio device as the device under test (DUT) and will be a complete production test demonstration, measuring the performance of both the DUT’s outputs, then reviewing the process and test data.
Date: 15th of May 2020
Time: 9:00 AM Singapore Time (UTC+8)
About the Speaker
Joe Begin, PE (Acoustical Engineering), a graduate of McGill University (B.Sc.) and the University of Canterbury (M.Sc.), has over 35 years’ experience in test and measurement. As Director of Applications and Technical Support at Audio Precision, he is involved in product management, audio and electroacoustic test applications engineering, and technical support.
About Audio Precision
Audio Precision (AP) is a recognized world leader in electronic audio and electro-acoustic measurement. For over thirty-five years, AP has offered high-performance audio analyzers, software and accessories to help engineers worldwide design and manufacture innovative solutions ranging from semiconductor devices to consumer, automotive, medical and professional audio products. Ongoing innovation has been a key theme for the organization since its founding, with market-leading THD+N performance, a wide range of digital interfaces, software that combines power with ease-of-use and flexibility, and tools for electro-acoustic and perceptual audio testing.
Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, AP is part of the high-tech “Silicon Forest” of the greater Portland metropolitan area. For more information, visit http://www.ap.com/.