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Cecil
Cecil
03:02 Mar-09-2004
JIS Curve

Does anyone know what the JIS curve is and when you woud use it. The Epoch 4 has 3 different DAC options, ASME, ASME3, and JIS. I have never heard of the JIS curve and dont know where it would apply.

Anyone else know?


Cecil


    
 
 
Ramsrikanth
Ramsrikanth
04:17 Mar-09-2004
Re: JIS Curve
JIS has to do with Japanese standards Association

You will have to deal only when you are to inspect to those standards.

You might find more info at http://www.jsa.or.jp/default_english.asp.


ramsrikanth

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: Does anyone know what the JIS curve is and when you woud use it. The Epoch 4 has 3 different DAC options, ASME, ASME3, and JIS. I have never heard of the JIS curve and dont know where it would apply.
: Anyone else know?
:
: Cecil
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Jerry Sooter
Jerry Sooter
00:22 Mar-12-2004
Re: JIS Curve
JIS curve has curves at the following levels:
+6dB, 0dB, -6dB, -12dB.

In Staveley equipment, we include 3 curve (+6dB, 0dB, -6dB), 4 curve (+6dB, 0dB, -6dB, -14dB), and JIS (+6dB, 0dB, -6dB, -12dB).

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Does anyone know what the JIS curve is and when you woud use it. The Epoch 4 has 3 different DAC options, ASME, ASME3, and JIS. I have never heard of the JIS curve and dont know where it would apply.
: Anyone else know?
:
: Cecil
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 

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