Stanford Research Offers Analysis

Sunnyvale, CA (August 18, 2009)--Stanford Research has debuted its SR1 audio analyzer, which features 110 dB THD + N, +/-0.008 dB flatness, and 24-bit/192 kHz digital audio. It can be used as an analyzer for analog audio, digital audio and cross-domain audio signal analysis.
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Sunnyvale, CA (August 18, 2009)--Stanford Research has debuted its SR1 audio analyzer, which features 110 dB THD + N, +/-0.008 dB flatness, and 24-bit/192 kHz digital audio. It can be used as an analyzer for analog audio, digital audio and cross-domain audio signal analysis.

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Measurements include Level, THD+N, Harmonic Distortion, IMD, FFT, Frequency Response, Multi-Tone, Crosstalk, Histogram, Jitter Amplitude and Spectrum, and more. Options include a digital audio carrier digitizer with eye diagrams and carrier spectra, multichannel I/O switchers and an atomic rubidium system clock.

Stanford Research Systems
www.thinkSRS.com