hearable


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Adj.1.hearable - heard or perceptible by the earhearable - heard or perceptible by the ear; "he spoke in an audible whisper"
loud - characterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity; "a group of loud children"; "loud thunder"; "her voice was too loud"; "loud trombones"
perceptible - capable of being perceived by the mind or senses; "a perceptible limp"; "easily perceptible sounds"; "perceptible changes in behavior"
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Inside the "5G Connected Bus," a 5G-connected promotional vehicle operated by KT, NEC conducted demonstrations in which the identity of the driver was verified before the bus started moving through the use of a hearable device (wireless earphone) equipped with otoacoustic authentication technology that utilizes the resonation of sound in ear cavities to identify individuals.
We are constantly looking to improve our technologies and platforms to help our customers differentiate their product offerings, and these enhancements in Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo technology are designed to help them create the next generation of exciting and innovative truly wireless hearable devices that can support substantially longer music play time and voice call time.
This will open new possibilities for extended-use hearable applications including virtual assistants, augmented hearing and enhanced listening"
how speakers employ narratives to juggle claims as to who they are that are hearable both as complicit with and as countering.
Valencell said its PerformTek sensor systems provide accurate, robust, and flexible technology, giving wearable and hearable devices the capability to continuously and accurately measure blood-flow signals, even during extreme physical activity or when the optical signals are weak.
The iPhone 7 has hit the market exceptionally, but the rumors are hearable that Apple will release another iPhone in 2017 on their 10th anniversary.
Actywell Digital Limited is a new start up in the wearable and hearable technology space.
The higher court asked the lawyers of the petitioners to satisfy the court if the petition was hearable on which the petitioners' lawyer in his argument apprised the higher curt that Shah Naz belonged to neighbouring country, India who married a Pakistani man Haji Muhammad.
SVM is easiest technique to transcribe the continuous signs by disabled person into hearable audio as well as the text comments by normal person will be converted into visuals signs.
The bus crashed into an overpass triggering an explosion which was hearable from many districts.
Individual narratives are eminently social or cultural constructs, not only in terms of the conventions that inform their structure, but also in terms of the histories and meanings they rely on, as well as the norms that shape what is meaningful and hearable.
RSS measurements are received by the TN from M hearable ANs, where M [subset or equal to] N.