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Klaxon Signals provide site-specific computer simulations of sound propagation and ambient noise levels. This process allows numerous design scenarios to be considered, tested and assessed for suitability.

The computer simulation is constructed by inputting the physical dimensions of the site and modeling all elements that may effect sound propagation, including outbuildings, terrain, and other environmental factors.  By taking on-site background ambient noise readings and including them in the model, system designers can assess performance based on both volume differentials and message intelligibility.

Product solutions are then applied to computer simulation to establish the optimum balance between product placement and performance.