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9) the quality of the approximation depending on the condition that O(oc p Cp+c m < 1. 1. 10) + Cm) A. RADEMAKERS: Philips Techn. Rev. 9, 330-338 (1947). can be of the order 0 The condenser microphone. Sect. 18. 41 Thus, the analysis of RADEMAKER'S clarifies the role played by the inactive capacity Cp in reducing the fundamental component and increasing the percentage of second harmonic distortion. The author is not aware of any exact treatment of the distortion introduced by both the parallel capacity Cp and finite resistance Rc and R g • The linearized circuit in which the condenser microphone is replaced by an equivalent generator is shown in Fig.
30 wire /t'ropped to hold shield- inner conductor ofwire lead b rubber insulotion of wire lead, a. LL~) . "UII I. legend: duco cemenl [Z] 10teJ( rubber ~ IXt" - Ul ..... j>. ,. (t> (') 50 R. W. LEONARD: Generation and Measurement of Sound in Gases. Sect. 20.
Amer. 19,444 (1947). 39 The condenser microphone. Sect. 18. The first type of condenser microphone to be considered will be the stretched diaphragm air dielectric type. This type has received more study and, as a result, is better understood than the solid dielectric microphone which will be considered later. The essential features are shown in Fig. 54. The cavity behind the diaphragm D is vented to the atmosphere through a leak L. The fixed electrode E behind the diaphragm is perforated or grooved to reduce the effect of viscous damping on the motion of the dia- /(_ phragm.
Akustik II / Acoustics II by R. W. Leonard, A. Barone, Rohn Truell, Charles Elbaum, B. E. Noltingk (auth.)