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Course# EE-348: Electroacoustics

Summary

Ce cours a pour objectif de former les étudiants de section Génie Electrique et Electronique à la conception de systèmes acoustiques, à l'aide d'un formalisme basé sur l'électrotechnique. A la fin du semestre, les étudiants seront capables de dimensionner, entre autres, des filtres acoustiques.

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