In situ Probe Microphone Measurement for Testing the Direct Acoustical Cochlear Stimulator

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Hypothesis: Acoustical measurements can be used for functional control of a direct acoustic cochlear stimulator (DACS). Background: The DACS is a recently released active hearing implant that works on the principle of a conventional piston prosthesis driven by the rod of an electromagnetic actuator. An inherent part of the DACS actuator is a thin titanium… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2017.00450

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