Study and Analysis of Audiometer Signal

@inproceedings{Fatima2015StudyAA,
  title={Study and Analysis of Audiometer Signal},
  author={Subiya Fatima and Channappa Bhyri and Kalpana Vanjerkhede},
  year={2015}
}
The objective of the work is to determine the type of hearing loss of an individual and plot the frequency and intensity recording and construct the audiogram. In this work microprocessor controlled clinical diagnostic Audiometer has been used for measuring hearing loss. The audiogram is a chart of hearing sensitivity with frequency charted on the X- axis and intensity on the Y-axis. The audiogram is a graph which gives a detailed description of your hearing ability. Two different processes are… CONTINUE READING

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