Date

6-2012

Degree Name

BS in Electrical Engineering

Department

Electrical Engineering Department

Advisor

Bryan Mealy

Abstract

The purpose of this project is to determine the capability of introducing delay and gain to audio signals to synthesize a “tuned” experience. The project uses audio operational amplifiers, field effect transistors, a class D amplifier, microphones, speakers, a 32-bit microcontroller for design and testing. When implementing the MOSFET into the all pass filter, the phase delay occurs by varying the transistor resulted in minimal change in phase. MOSFETs are used as variable resistors to vary the phase change and gain. By modifying the gain the synthesized distance from each speaker can be adjusted. Varying the phase change provides the remaining time delay matching. The result is calibrated sound system.

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