The traditional 10 KHz
audio bandwidth passes HD carriers present from 5 kHz
to 10 kHz
, wreaking havoc with modulation readings," he said.
The single element 250 kHz
transducers were fabricated using a 1-3 connectivity piezoelectric composite disk (65 % volume fraction of PZT5A in epoxy resin matrix), 25 mm diameter, poled in the thickness direction and with the first thickness mode at 250 kHz
verificar se a perda auditiva nas frequencias de 3 kHz
e 4 kHz
influencia os resultados dos testes de discriminacao de fala.
5, 1, 2, 4, and 8 kHz
(AC 40 clinical audiometer; Interacoustics; Assens, Denmark) and measurement of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAEs) at 1, 1.
or to a technology that provides at least one voice path per 12.
0-second wavefiles containing a synthesized 1 kHz
sine wave, peaking at 1.
Conversely, sounds at frequencies between 1 kHz
and 3 kHz
are transferred to the cochlea with significantly less resistance and greater intensity than when they entered the ear canal.
Both excitation methods led to almost the same results for the frequency range 25-45 kHz
Accurate geometric surface data even at steep edges of raised lettering uncover bulges or depressions under embossed features perfectly, while eliminating invalid data drop outs at a full 2 kHz
sample rate, according to the company.
Most fish can't detect frequencies above 3 kHz
The ISO 15693- and 14443A/B-compliant readers are part of a new suite of open-reader solutions that support HID 125 KHz
, Casi-Rusco ProxLite, Deister 125 KHz
, and other 125 KHz
formats while its new line of smart-card readers support MIFARE, HID iCLASS, and DESFire (S/N) formats.
These high quality VCOs are divided into three cate-gories with model VO3140 having low phase noise (typical, -117 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz
and a center frequency of 6.