Frequency hopping has been discussed in this series of posts related to Bluetooth as its underlying foundation. Several persons are credited with inventing frequency hopping.
By providing information about hearing aid retention strategies throughout early childhood, collecting accurate information about daily hearing aid wear challenges, and working as a team, it should be possible to find appropriate strategies to keep children “on the air,” facilitating listening, language, and learning.
ReSound, Copenhagen, Denmark, recently launched its new state-of-the-art LiNX hearing aids at a press event in Manhattan.
A short history of e2e wireless from Siemens’ perspective, as well as the new wireless advances in the hearing instrument industry and the benefits provided
Oticon launched a two-tier response to the disaster with a $10,000 to the American Red Cross and support for Oticon hearing care partners to provide hearing care and hearing instruments to people directly impacted by the disaster in West, Tex.
Research reveals why hearing loss is correlated with auditory signals failing to get transmitted along the auditory nerve.
EASE (Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers) is software that provides AV system designers and consultants with detailed, realistic modeling and simulation of venue acoustics and sound system performance.
Hearing aid unit sales increased in 2013, and behind-the-ear hearing aids with external receivers now make up more than half of all hearing aids sold, according to year-end US statistics from the Hearing Industries Association.
The first patient has been enrolled in a study designed to evaluate the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of intratympanic injections of AM-101 in the treatment of acute peripheral tinnitus following traumatic cochlear injury or otitis media.
A perspective from years of testing hearing aids on their performance in music and commentary about Marshall Chasin’s January 2014 HR Tech Topic article about the Widex Dream device.