Microcontroller based receiver stimulator for auditory prosthesis

@article{Kumar2008MicrocontrollerBR,
  title={Microcontroller based receiver stimulator for auditory prosthesis},
  author={K. R. Kumar and P. S. Ramaiah},
  journal={TENCON 2008 - 2008 IEEE Region 10 Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-6}
}
The Auditory Prosthesis (AP) is an electronic device that is designed to provide hearing sensations to people who are profoundly deaf. The AP mimics the normal hearing operation by stimulating the auditory nerve with an electric current allowing the hearing impaired persons to understand the speech. The AP system consists of two functional units namely Body Worn Speech Processor (BWSP) and Receiver Stimulator. The laboratory model BWSP is available. The prototype model Receiver Stimulator for… CONTINUE READING

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