ASA Standards at Work

Please view our list (with links) of relevant technical articles about, about using, describing, or referencing various ASA Standards:

J. M. Alexander, S. Schmig, R. P. Wagner, and S. Armstrong, “The peak height insertion gain (PHIG) method for quantifying acoustic feedback in hearing aids”, J. Ac. Soc. Am., Vol. 150, 1635 (2021).

R. P. Wagner, R. A. Allen, and Q. Dong, “Laser-based comparison calibration of laboratory standard microphones”, JASA Express Letters, Aug. 2021.

W. Qiu, W. J. Murphy, A. Suter, “Kurtosis: A New Tool for Noise Analysis”, Acoustics Today, Vol. 16, Issue 4, 2020.

W. J. Murphy, D. Adams, and P. S. Graydon, “Angle-dependent effects for impulsive noise reduction for hearing protectors”, Proc. Mtgs. Acoust. 29, Mar. 2018.

K. L. Gee, “Incorporating measurement standards for sound power in an advanced acoustics laboratory course”, Proc. Mtgs. Acoust., Jun. 2017.

C. J. Struck, “Measurement Uncertainty and its Application to Standards in Acoustics”, presented at the Ac. Soc. Am. 174th Meeting (INVITED), New Orleans, LA (4-8 Dec. 2017), Proc. Mtgs. Acoust., Mar. 2018.

B. C. Moore, “Differences between ANSI S3.4-2007 and the proposed ISO 532-2”, J. Ac. Soc. Am., Vol. 138, 1889 (2015).

R. P. Wagner, “NIST System for Measuring the Directivity Index of Hearing Aids under Simulated Real-Ear Conditions”, J. Research of the Nat. Inst. of Standards and Tech., Vol. 118, 2013.

H. L. Gallagher, V. S. Bjorn, and R. L. McKinley, “Attenuation performance of double hearing protection devices”, Proc. Mtgs. Acoust., Nov. 2010.