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Different Types of Sound Waves
From the soothing melodies of music to the thunderous roars of thunderstorms, sound waves play a crucial role in shaping our auditory experiences.
The Science of Acoustic Hoods: Enhancing Soundscapes
The acoustic hood is a remarkable example of merging science, engineering, and design to manipulate soundscapes and improve our auditory experiences
Duplicated PAGA Systems for Harsh Environments
In harsh environments where safety is of paramount importance, duplicated PAGA systems play a critical role in maintaining effective communication and mitigating risks.
Ensuring the Sound Quality of a PABX System
PABX systems are widely used in various industries and settings, including on ships.
Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) Systems
EVC systems are designed to provide clear, intelligible voice messages to help people evacuate safely and quickly.
PAGA: Distributed Vs. Central Systems
Two common types of PAGA systems are distributed and centralized amplifier systems. Here is a comparison between these two systems.
Standards Governing PAGA Systems
EN-54 is a set of European standards that specifies the requirements for fire detection and alarm systems.
Why Upgrade to an IP PAGA System?
In recent years, there has been a trend towards digitization and integration of industrial systems, including PAGA systems. As a result, many PAGA systems are now being upgraded to IP (Internet Protocol) systems.
The Theory of Acoustic Propagation
The Theory of Acoustic Propagation is a branch of Physics that studies the behaviour of sound waves, as they travel through different media such as air, water, and solids.