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To perform the measurement, the signal is recorded and then afterwards the product of two readings, a direct signal and a delayed one, is integrated and divided by the period of integration. This gives an approximation to the value of the autocorrelation for one value of the delay. The use of a recording device permits a simple generation of the delay and the re-use of the same sample for the repeated analysis for the different delays. Once the autocorrelation is obtained, a numerical Fourier transformation method yields the power spectrum.

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