Using the Callsign Acquisition Test (CAT) to compare the speech intelligibility of air versus bone conduction

@inproceedings{Gripper2007UsingTC,
  title={Using the Callsign Acquisition Test (CAT) to compare the speech intelligibility of air versus bone conduction},
  author={Misty Gripper and Maranda McBride and Benjamin Osafo-yeboah and Xiaochun Jiang},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract In combat operations, the success of most missions relies on the ability of the personnel to interpret speech over a communication system. Thus, the need for effective and efficient communication systems has become increasingly important. Generally, there are two means by which radio communication can be transmitted: air conduction and bone conduction. Although air conduction is more commonly used in industry, bone conducted radio communication offers an attractive means for infantry… CONTINUE READING

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