Senior Systems Architect, ON Semiconductor and Adjunct Professor, Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University
Wednesday November 14, 2012 15:30-17:00
admission is free
Modern digital hearing aids have come a long way since their introduction in 1996. In addition to basic amplification, features such as multi-microphone beamforming, noise reduction, feedback cancellation and digital wireless audio transmission are now commonplace. This talk presents an overview of the main signal processing features found in modern digital hearing aids and will discuss current industry trends and expectations for future devices.
Last updated November 2, 2012