Timing jitter in digital audio equipment can subtly degrade the audio quality or even cause data transmission failure. This paper examines the jitter performance requirements for digital audio equipment in the context of the audibility of sampling jitter modulation effects and the digital audio interface specification. It concludes by presenting techniques for measurement of jitter performance.
Affiliation: Prism Sound Limited,Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge, UK
AES Convention: 93 (October 1992) Paper Number: 3361
Publication Date: October 1, 1992
Subject: Interfacing Digital Equipment
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