from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Neither having nor producing echoes: an anechoic chamber.
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- adj. lacking echos; that absorbs sound
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- adj. not having or producing echoes; sound-absorbent
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The Charlotte’s “dead room”—designed after a similar structure at Bell Laboratories—was what was formally known as an anechoic chamber.
The so-called anechoic chamber, which measures nearly 36-feet long, is made of special material that absorbs electromagnetic waves.
Apple's website, the labs consist of 17 antenna characterisation, or "anechoic", chambers that are used to measure overall antenna performance.
It's an amazing, slightly dizzying experience, and one that works on the mind in somewhat the same way as the anechoic chamber works with sound -- or the absence thereof.
Stephen Voss for The Wall Street Journal Dr. Bassen inside the FDA's anechoic chamber, used to study if electronics interfere with medical devices.
"Forty years after entering an anechoic chamber for the first time, I still remember my strange feelings of pressure, discomfort, and disorientation," said Barry Blesser, co-author of the book Spaces Speak, Are You Listening?
The Democratic Party exists in an anechoic chamber when compared to that.
You'll even get a glimpse of Elias testing audio in our anechoic chamber!
I also remember being in the anechoic chamber at Lincoln Lab getting a demo in adaptive noise suppression algorithm use, which cleaned something up with a really horrendous signal to noise ratio....
The University College London placed a tray of jello in the shape of St Paul's cathedral in an anechoic chamber and recorded the sound it made when it wobbled.