Research Posters

 


ORCA-USA’s researchers frequently present study findings at conferences. Below you will find links to PDFs of some recent research posters.



2014

Horizontal Localization with CROS/BiCROS System

Word Recognition Improvement in Quiet and Noise with a New BiCROS System

New Earwire Design Improves the Fit for Receiver in the Canal


2013

Amplification in Noise for Listeners with Severe to Profound Hearing Loss

An Approach to Training Localization Training

Automated Double Blinding for Hearing Aid Research

Development of a Laboratory Localization Training Program

Horizontal Localization with Pinna-Shadow Compensation Algorithm and Inter-Ear Coordinated Compression

Input Dynamic Range: Reaching New Heights

Localization Case Study

Sound Quality Enhancement by Increasing the Dynamic Range of a Hearing Aid

Time Series Analysis of HINT Data with and without Digital Noise Reduction


2012

Evaluation of Transient-Noise Reduction Algorithm: Speech Performance and Comfort


2011

Improved Comprehension Behind the Listener

Intelligibility Improvement with a TV Streamer

ORCA NST Speaker Gender and AE Efficiency

Reduction in Errors of Omission and Substitution with Linear Frequency Transposition

Speech Understanding in Noise and Interear Compression

Unaided and Aided Localization Performance


2010

Interaction of Maximum Power Output and Hearing Loss

The Use of Noise Reduction at the Upper Limits of the Fitting Range

Utility of the ORCA-NST


2009

Assessment of a New, Computerized Nonsense Syllable Test

Comparison of Three RECD Systems

Development of an Efficient Analytical High Frequency Nonsense Syllable Test

Happiness is a State of Mind: Music from a Digital Hearing Aid

Reaching the Mind Through Zen: Case Studies

Training Assistance for New Auditory Precepts


2008

Development of the ORCA-NST

Flex Venting: More than Just Your Average Vent

Gender Effects in a Nonsense Syllable Test

SNR Comparison of a Directional Microphone on Three Hearing Aid Sizes

SNR in Various FM Configurations


2007

Agreement Between Subjective and Objective Measures of Noise Benefits

Linear Frequency Transposition: An Individual Approach to Choosing a Start Frequency

Transmission of Phonetic Information in Linear Frequency Transposition