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Re: Bat detector calibration

Subject: Re: Bat detector calibration
From: "Ivano Pelicella" ipelicella
Date: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:01 am ((PDT))
actually I'm using an Owon AG2052F and I see the signals from the output
with a  LeCroy WaveAce 234 but I have done some test with some cheap
chinese signal generator and they are quite precise and with different
Almost all the codec on the market (herein included the ones on the PC)
resample the signal so they cannot generate signal much over the audible



2016-03-18 1:00 GMT+01:00 Peter Shute  [naturerecordists] =

> Thanks, I might try that if I can't get the PC to do it for me. Have you
> tried those actual products? I note that the generator only goes to 50kHz=
> I wonder if I could set it to square wave and use the harmonics to test
> higher frequencies.
> Peter Shute
> Ivano wrote:
> > Hi Peter
> > you could use a waveform generator or a cheap frequency generator like
> this
> > one:
> >
> >
> > connected to a piezo loudspeaker like this


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