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Using Burleigh's specific testing protocol, the acoustic device is fit to be worn in only one ear and is individualized to the person's CAP test profile and shape and dimension of the person's ear.
This includes the long range acoustic device which will be deployed during the Games primarily to be used in the loudhailer mode as part of the measures to achieve a maritime stop on the Thames.
Portable acoustic device for detection of coconut palms infested by Ryncophorus ferrugineus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
The Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) was designed primarily to "hail, warn, and notify" vehicles and sea vessels at a distance and was developed to assist servicemembers with difficult scenarios like the one described above.
We're even looking at combining an optical interruptor --such as a laser dazzler--and an acoustic device.
Although it is an advanced technology, the acoustic device requires no special training and only consists of a control unit and a transducer.
His colleague, Som Bahadur Gurung, tried to activate a hi-tech sonic cannon, known as a Long Range Acoustic Device, but was felled by a bullet.
Shock waves from the Long Range Acoustic Device - the alarm we activated - the blast has damaged my hearing.
Acoustic devices such as the long-range acoustic device (LRAD) and the midrange acoustic device (MRAD).
showed off its Long Range Acoustic Device - a circular loudspeaker about three feet in diameter and eight inches thick - that it designed after the October 2000 suicide boat attack on the U.
Called a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD), this 33 inch diameter dish directs an ear-splitting sound in a very tight beam for a few seconds at a time.
Navy submarine used only passive sonar, which involves using an underwater acoustic device to listen to sounds made by surface ships or underwater objects.
That tide gauge uses an acoustic device to record the level of the sea's surface," she explains.
The acoustic device, called the SedBed Monitor, was developed by researchers at the University of Mississippi's National Center for Physical Acoustics in Oxford.
On the road it drives well with noise levels nicely suppressed in the cabin - helped by an electronic acoustic device which cancels out unpleasant booming sounds.