Maximum Length Sequence (MLS) library

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Maximum Length Sequence (MLS) library
a system response measurement library.

libmls is a system response measurement library that uses a Maximum Sequence Length signal for excellent noise immunity. It allows gated measurements to minimise effects of room reflections. It also allows measurement of electrical systems including impedence vs frequency plots in a single two channel measurement. libmls can also meassure a system response using a swept sine tone.


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released on 20 June 2004



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Scott Edward Thomson Maintainer
Daniel Wallner Developer
Daniel Sundberg Maintainer

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