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Section I: Definitions and Terminology
Section II: Microphone Recommendations
Section III: Calibration and Testing
Section IV: Specification Clarifications
Section V: Specialty Microphone Applications
Section VI: Maintenance and Handling
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What does it mean for two or more sound sources to be coherent?
Two or more sound sources are considered to be coherent if they have the same frequency and the phase difference between them is constant.