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IOA AM code to run in Linux online
DESCRIPTIONThe UK Institute of Acoustics (IOA) amplitude modulation working group (AMWG) has developed a method for analysing and rating AM. This has been produced as an example of an implementation of the routine described in the IOA AMWG report. It is written in the Python language which is freely available. V1.5 is compiled for Windows (XP onwards).
The responsibility for the correct implementation and application of the software or any modification thereof rests with the end user. It should not be taken as agreement from the IOA or the AMWG that any results produced by this code are recommended or agreed. The example software does not represent an analysis method and requires correct inputs parameters and data, and interpretation of the results. All users should have a suitable understanding of the IOA AMWG document on which this code is based.
No user support is offered, although feedback may may be directed to WTAMCONSULT (at) IOA.ORG.UK. No responses, however, can be guarantee
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