directivity pattern

(də′rek′tiv·əd·ə ′pad·ərn)

(engineering acoustics) A graphical or other description of the response of a transducer used for sound emission or reception as a function of the direction of the transmitted or incident sound waves in a specified plane and at a specified frequency. Also known as beam pattern; directional response pattern.


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