Sound Pressure Level (Lp or SPL)

This is a function of the source and its surroundings and is a measure in decibels of the total instantaneous sound pressure at a point in space. The SPL can vary both in time and in frequency. Different measurement parameters are therefore required to describe the time variation and frequency content of a given sound. These are described below.

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