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The decibel (symbol: dB) is a relative unit of measurement equal to one tenth of a bel ( B). It expresses the ratio of two values of a power or root-power quantity on a logarithmic scale. Two signals whose levels differ by one decibel have a power ratio of 10 1/10 (approximately 1.26) or root-power ratio of 10 1⁄ 20 (approximately 1.12). [1] [2]

Tabulka hlučnosti, decibely, příklady hluku Tabulka hlučnosti, decibely, příklady hluku

Two principal types of scaling of the decibel are in common use. When expressing a power ratio, it is defined as ten times the logarithm in base 10. [5] That is, a change in power by a factor of 10 corresponds to a 10dB change in level. When expressing root-power quantities, a change in amplitude by a factor of 10 corresponds to a 20dB change in level. The decibel scales differ by a factor of two, so that the related power and root-power levels change by the same value in linear systems, where power is proportional to the square of amplitude. The definition of the decibel originated in the measurement of transmission loss and power in telephony of the early 20th century in the Bell System in the United States. The bel was named in honor of Alexander Graham Bell, but the bel is seldom used. Instead, the decibel is used for a wide variety of measurements in science and engineering, most prominently in acoustics, electronics, and control theory. In electronics, the gains of amplifiers, attenuation of signals, and signal-to-noise ratios are often expressed in decibels. For public or general environments, the Environmental Protection Agency considers that exposure to 70 decibels over a period of 24 hours is a level that can prevent measurable hearing loss over a lifetime. Therefore, 70 dB is the maximum level of noise you should be exposed to during a normal day. In addition to the illustration above, you can also use the details below to help guide you and determine if a decibel level is safe or not. Painful & DangerousAlthough our ears are very sensitive and precise, we cannot hear all sounds. Some are too quiet to perceive or make out. Barely audible sounds like the sound of a person breathing or a leaf resting range from 0 to 10 decibels. Noise Level Chart and Maximum Exposure Time A common cause of hearing damage is listening to loud music. Whether it’s on your headphones or speakers, loud music can damage your ears and lead to hearing damage. Sounds above 85 dB are considered by specialized organizations like NIOSH (the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) to be dangerous to human hearing. This means sounds above this level can result in hearing damage or hearing loss depending on the duration of your exposure. Decibel Level Chart of Common Sounds

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The base-10 logarithm of the ratio of the two power quantities is the number of bels. The number of decibels is ten times the number of bels (equivalently, a decibel is one-tenth of a bel). P and P 0 must measure the same type of quantity, and have the same units before calculating the ratio. If P = P 0 in the above equation, then L P = 0. If P is greater than P 0 then L P is positive; if P is less than P 0 then L P is negative.

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Since the earliest days of the telephone, the need for a unit in which to measure the transmission efficiency of telephone facilities has been recognized. The introduction of cable in 1896 afforded a stable basis for a convenient unit and the "mile of standard" cable came into general use shortly thereafter. This unit was employed up to 1923 when a new unit was adopted as being more suitable for modern telephone work. The new transmission unit is widely used among the foreign telephone organizations and recently it was termed the "decibel" at the suggestion of the International Advisory Committee on Long Distance Telephony. To measure the noise level of different sounds, we use a measurement unit called the decibel (dB). It represents a sound’s intensity. To measure a sound’s frequency, we use the hertz (Hz).

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