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Sending loudness rating

The sending loudness rating (SLR) is a measure of the loudness of the transmit audio sent through the microphone of a communication device (for example, a mobile phone). It compares the amplitude of the sound waves into the microphone to the resulting audio signal. It is measured in dBV/Pa.


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