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  • noun

Synonyms for conduction

the transmission of heat or electricity or sound

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Trekz Titanium wireless bone conduction headphones are designed to ensure the ultimate level of awareness and comfort-without compromising on premium sound.
Air-borne radiation from bone conduction transducers.
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Pure tone air and bone conduction threshold audiometry with and without masking and determination of uncomfortable loudness levels.
The thresholds obtained by air conduction (AC) and bone conduction (BC) were plotted on an audiogram sheet.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 11, 2006 - (JCN) - NTT DoCoMo will release the Sound Leaf, a bone conduction receive microphone, on September 15.
Poster presented at the Third International Symposium on Bone Conduction Hearing-Craniofacial Osseointegration, Sarasota, Florida, 2011.
Contract award: sets the implant to the bone anchored hearing aid and bone conduction sound processor.
The Weber test was midline, and the Rinne test demonstrated air conduction greater than bone conduction bilaterally.
Meaning, the whole phone vibrates to produce sound with the help of bone conduction technology.
Credit for this goes to the doctors of Dubai Hospital, who placed a new bone conduction hearing implant in Alomairi's right ear in a 40-minute operation recently.
The hat transmits sound through bone conduction, the collar sends a tiny electric shock, and a mask flashes bright lights.
Called the 'Fourth International Symposium on Bone Conduction Hearing - Craniofacial Osseointegration', the conference brings together experts in surgically implantable systems for treating hearing loss.
mome and gbc Bone conduction hearing can be tested using a rubber rod connected to the audiometer.
Contributions on historical background and the basics of acoustic and physiologic aspects of bone conduction hearing are followed by chapters offering an overview of different systems, surgical aspects, audiological aspects, and implantable and nonimplantable devices.