• Engineering
  • Published 2013

A Microcontroller-Based Design for Digital Hearing Aid Devices

@inproceedings{Ghamry2013AMD,
  title={A Microcontroller-Based Design for Digital Hearing Aid Devices},
  author={N. Ghamry},
  year={2013}
}
Microcontrollers are emerging into new applications like smart phones, audio accessories, video gaming peripherals and advanced medical devices, providing highperformance, reliability and low-power consumption for end users. In this paper the design of a microcontroller-based hearing aid device is provided, by which power consumption and hardware area are reduced. The proposed digital hearing aid design comprises the following main components: sound detection circuit, microcontroller, digital… CONTINUE READING

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