Roger uses adaptive digital wireless transmission to bridge the understanding gap in noise and over distance. It allows for low-delay and reliable broadband audio broadcast towards miniature low-power receivers, which can be connected to hearing instruments or cochlear implant sound processors, as well as towards soundfield loudspeakers.
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Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Mülder H, Goldbeck F, Marquis F, John A, Hudson M, Peters R, Lianos L (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition of cochlear implant recipients using a personal digital adaptive radio frequency system.
Wolfe J, Morais M, Schafer E, Mills E, Peters R, Lianos L, John A, Hudson M (2013). Better Speech Recognition with Digital RF System in Study of Cochlear Implants. Hearing Journal, 2013. more