Effect of stimulation rate on phoneme recognition by nucleus-22 cochlear implant listeners.

  title={Effect of stimulation rate on phoneme recognition by nucleus-22 cochlear implant listeners.},
  author={Qian-Jie Fu and Robert V. Shannon},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={107 1},
This study investigated the effect of pulsatile stimulation rate on medial vowel and consonant recognition in cochlear implant listeners. Experiment 1 measured phoneme recognition as a function of stimulation rate in six Nucleus-22 cochlear implant listeners using an experimental four-channel continuous interleaved sampler (CIS) speech processing strategy. Results showed that all stimulation rates from 150 to 500 pulses/s/electrode produced equally good performance, while stimulation rates… CONTINUE READING

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