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          Prosig Student Project Prize for University of Portsmouth – 2018

          Prosig Student Project Prize for University of Portsmouth – 2018

          Every year Prosig provide a prize for the best student project at both the University of Portsmouth and the University of Southampton. We are pleased to announce that this year’s Prosig Engineering Prize at University of Portsmouth has been awarded to  Simon…

          Sound, Vibration & Acoustics Digest #11

          Sound, Vibration & Acoustics Digest #11

          Here’s our latest collection of noise, vibration & acoustics stories from all corners of the internet. We hope you enjoy them. Leave us a comment. Architectural Acoustics via 99% Invisible Reverb: The Evolution of Architectural Acoustics There are two primary…

          How Do I Upsample and Downsample My Data?

          How Do I Upsample and Downsample My Data?

          This post covers how to?upsample and downsample data and the possible pitfalls of this process. Before we cover the technical details let us first explain what we mean by upsample and downsample and why we may need to use it.…

          What Are Vibration, Torsional Vibration & Shaft Twist?

          What Are Vibration, Torsional Vibration & Shaft Twist?

          When analyzing rotating shafts some terms are often confused. This post?will attempt to explain the differences. So, what are vibration, torsional vibration and twist? What is Vibration? We measure at least one sensor on one channel of our measurement device…

          Pick of Twitter #1 – Acoustics – October 2016

          Pick of Twitter #1 – Acoustics – October 2016

          We’ve been carefully tracking acoustics related tweets on Twitter and present here a few of the highlights. We do this sort of thing so that you don’t have to. Don’t forget that you can follow us on Twitter as well…

          Real World Noise & Vibration Measurement – An Interview

          Real World Noise & Vibration Measurement – An Interview

          Richard O’Sullivan is a respected engineer who has worked throughout the world on noise & vibration measurement solutions in automotive, aerospace and beyond. Hear about some of the problems he has faced and how Prosig’s systems have helped him solve…

          Prosig Will Be At Automotive Testing Show in Novi

          Prosig Will Be At Automotive Testing Show in Novi

          You will be able to meet Prosig and some of our top bloggers at Testing Expo USA 2016 in Novi on 25th, 26th & 27th October 2016. Come along and have a chat. More details of the conference can be…

          The Effect of the Nyquist Theory on Rotational Order Analysis

          The Effect of the Nyquist Theory on Rotational Order Analysis

          Nyquist theory is generally understood, but this understanding usually relates to time sampling and the conversion to the frequency domain. Rotational order analysis and the effect of the Nyquist frequency are, however, less well understood. Most engineers will understand the…

          How to avoid a ground loop – It’s not only a problem with accelerometers

          How to avoid a ground loop – It’s not only a problem with accelerometers

          When using modern, high technology measurement devices one can often be tripped up by the simplest things. The most common is the ground loop. Time and again this issue rears its head. So, let’s talk about how to avoid a…