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EA, ASJ-H, EMM 2020-11-20
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Study of the mixing ratio of anti-noise dual microphone
Hiryu Matsumoto, Masaharu Kori, Shinya Shamoto, Shigeaki Aoki, Suehiro Shimauchi (KIT) EA2020-35 EMM2020-50
We have been studying a dual microphone system that achieves both noise resistance and high sound quality by combining a... [more] EA2020-35 EMM2020-50
SSS 2018-09-25
Tokyo   Listening examination of subject's voice in MRI operation room of noisy environment
Michi Inagaki, Kenji Muto (Shibaura Inst Tech.) SSS2018-24
In general, bone conduction microphone measuring vibration acceleration is effective for noise. MRI devices are medical ... [more] SSS2018-24
SSS 2017-03-21
Tokyo   A communication system of bone conduction devices for improvement of acoustical environment in MRI examination
Kojiro Takahashi, Kenji Muto (Shibaura Inst. Tech), Kazuo Yagi (Tokyo Metro. Univ.) SSS2016-31
Magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) device makes tomography for medical diagnosis. It generates a loud driving sound. A comm... [more] SSS2016-31
MBE 2009-09-14
Niigata Niigata Univ. A basic study on Brain-Computer Interface(BCI) which applied P300 event-related potentials by air and bone auditory stimuli
Kouki Oguchi, Makoto Chishima, Mizue Kayama, Masami Hashimoto, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ), Yoshiaki Arai (Nagano National Coll. of Tech.) MBE2009-49
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) that applies event-related potential P300 (P300 ERPs) recorded by non-invasive recording ... [more] MBE2009-49
SP 2008-06-27
- 2008-06-28
Hokkaido   Comprehensive evaluations of BC speech restoration method based on linear prediction
Masashi Unoki, Xugang Lu, Thang tat Vu, Kota Kinugasa, Masato Akagi (JAIST) SP2008-24
Bone-conducted (BC) speech can be used instead of air-conducted (AC) speech for speech communication and speech recognit... [more] SP2008-24
MBE 2006-09-25
Nagano Faculty of Textile Sci. & Tech., Shinshu Univ. Estimation using psychometric logistic functions for discriminating and sequentializing temporally separate perceptual events in auditory perception of ultrasonic bone conduction
Shuhei Komatsu, Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ.)
Bone-conducted vibrations up to 50 kHz (150 kHz or more in the young) can be heard by most people, including some subjec... [more] MBE2006-47
MBE 2005-06-17
Hokkaido   Examination of the bone conduction speech transmission system under the high noise environment
Manabu Ishihara (Oyama N.C.T), Jun Shirataki (Kanagawa I.T), Kinya Ohkubo (Polytech. Univ.), Kenji Ohshima, Yukio Kobayashi, Shin-nosuke Suzuki (Oyama N.C.T)
In this papaer, wave-shaping is produced by a circuit using a comparator, and the relation between the slice level of th... [more] MBE2005-14
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