phonometer


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phonometer

(fəˈnɒmɪtə) or

phonmeter

n
(General Physics) an apparatus that measures the intensity of sound, esp one calibrated in phons
phonometric, ˌphonoˈmetrical adj
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The Pyle photometer light meter was used to measure light, and a Plusbuyer phonometer was used to obtain sound levels.
Based on the data available, the first noise measurements in Serbia were conducted in Belgrade in 1957, using a phonometer, General Radio Co [12], while environmental noise in Nis has been monitored since 1995 [13, 14].
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