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Guest Article: On Aliasing, Shannon, Nyquist and Bell Labs, by Cecilia Casarini

Today’s Guest Article is by Cecilia Casarini, who is a PhD researcher in the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. Her article is on the subject of Bell Labs, their legendary scientists Claude


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Today's Guest Article is on 2.45 gHz streaming audio by 802.11 WiFi as well as 802.15.4 Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy ("BLE"), and the various ways both protocols coexist side-by-side both for audio streaming and control. This


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Today’s article is written by Peter Phua, M.D., a graduate of McMaster University’s medical program. This is Dr Phua’s third contribution on tinnitus to The Hearing Blog, his previous Guest Articles being Notched Sound Therapy as


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Editor’s Note: We had a publishing bug; so please see Guest Article: What Are The Most Common Tinnitus Frequencies?


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The Apple Watch has been a huge success for people interested in keeping up with their health, fitness and wellness. From reminding you to move around if you’ve been sitting for too long to telling you


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Today's Guest Article "Why Invisible Hearing Aids Don't Make You Happy" by Gianluca Trombetta is on why it's A Bad Idea to wear invisible hearing aids. Our own opinion is that tiny completely-in-canal and other custom


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London’s Molly Watt is an amazing 20 year old lady who has Usher Syndrome type IIa, which left her severely deaf at birth and is progressively blinding her with retinitis pigmentosa (RP). As part of our


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Can Noise Impulses From Softball Hitting Negatively Affect Your Hearing? Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents interesting guest articles for our Readers. Today’s post is the eighth in our Guest Article series,


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Learn how cables affect drive performance and get tips to help ensure your variable frequency drive (VFD) system operates as expected …And not interfere with hearing aids, cochlear implants, and audio frequency induction (“hearing”) loop systems.


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Guest Article: A Critical Review of the Evidence for Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Summary

  A Critical Review of the Evidence for Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Summary  Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents guest articles for our Readers to consider. Today’s


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Guest Article: Notched Sound Therapy as a Treatment for Tinnitus: A Guide for Hearing Professionals

Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents guest articles for our Readers to consider. Today’s article written by Peter Phua,  a graduate of McMaster University’s medical program, is on AudioNotch, an on-line provider


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Guest article: Will the Mobile Medical Apps transform hearing healthcare? By Tarik Zukic Editor’s Note: From time to time The Hearing Blog presents guest articles for our Readers to consider. Today’s article by Tarik Zukic, who


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From time to time we find interesting articles by other bloggers we syndicate. This one is by “Deafinitely Girly,” who is an anonymous severely Deaf blogger in London who just got her first pair of hearing aids.


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Because hearing impaired children cannot hear or fully decode the nuances of speech, they can be easily confused when an adult speaks with a sarcastic tone, as the inverted meaning will often be lost on them.


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Guest author Sarah Mosher of the Kansas City chapter of the Hearing Loss Ass'n of America writes a first-person account of she and her hearing boyfriend going to a noisy bar for a music trivia game.
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