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Simulators, Bone Sound Conduction, Mastoid

Definition : Simulators designed to mimic the sound conduction characteristics of the human mastoid bone that are mainly intended to assess and calibrate bone-conducting hearing aids. These simulators usually consist of a tabletop electromechanical device that resembles a human head and a force transducer to evaluate the output level and frequency response of the device under assessment following a given standard (e.g., ANSI, IEC). The simulator is mounted on springs to provide isolation from the table. Mastoid simulators are also used to assess the characteristics of audiometer bone vibrators.

UMDC code : 34399

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