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How do i calculate the dB level of an audio by using the microphone in the WindowsPhone.
any suggestion would be great.
 
thanks in advance
Posted 12-Mar-13 3:15am
Edited 15-Mar-13 3:58am
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Jegan Thiyagesan at 12-Mar-13 8:58am
   
What have you searched for?
What have you tried?
Where did you get stuck?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Mar-13 11:43am
   
You should calculate it from scratch, using some fragment of a sample. First, calculate RMS in relative units.
For example, if you have 16-bit samples, recalculate each samples as double sample = bufferSample / System.Int16.MaximumValue...
Then read on the definition of dB and use it...
 
This is a relative measure, not reflecting physical noise level from the speaker (which always depends on number of factors). You can take maximum digital signal (such as System.Int16.MaximumValue) as a reference level...
—SA
deepaksharma0390 at 13-Mar-13 6:27am
   
@Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov but how do i find the sound pressure value for calculating the RMS of the sound pressure.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Mar-13 11:41am
   
You cannot. Sound pressure depends on may factors you don't control (hardware, even the room). You can only deal with relative levels, isn't that obvious?
—SA
deepaksharma0390 at 13-Mar-13 11:57am
   
then how can i calculate the RMS sound pressure...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 13-Mar-13 13:36pm
   
I just answered... you have nothing to measure absolute physical pressure. Isn't it obvious?
—SA
Nelek at 15-Mar-13 9:12am
   
You should do the job and give a ready-to-go answer... isn't it obvious? ;P
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 15-Mar-13 10:07am
   
Interesting idea, thank you. :-)
—SA
joshrduncan2012 at 15-Mar-13 9:12am
   
Are you wanting someone to write the code for you?
deepaksharma0390 at 21-Mar-13 7:34am
   
i did not ask anyone to write the code for me..

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