On a High-Speed Hearing Measurement Compen-sated for Gain for Each Sub-band
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2020 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Bong-Young Kim, Zhixing Tian, Myung-Jin Bae
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I12P227|
MLA Style: Bong-Young Kim, Zhixing Tian, Myung-Jin Bae. On a High-Speed Hearing Measurement Compen-sated for Gain for Each Sub-band International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.12(2020):166-170.
APA Style:Bong-Young Kim, Zhixing Tian, Myung-Jin Bae. On a High-Speed Hearing Measurement Compen-sated for Gain for Each Sub-band International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(12), 166-170.
Hearing loss is an inevitable problem for hu-mans. It gradually deteriorates with age. Excessive expo-sure to noise can cause further deterioration. Because hearing cannot be recovered once damaged, it is important to prevent and slow down the hearing loss. This requires a timely understanding of hearing loss and relevant protec-tive measures. This research proposes a sub-band method that can High-Speed measure hearing damage by itself. This method can be extended to the home without going to the hospital. In this method, by listening to 9 pure tones in sequence, you can detect your hearing impairment at high speed. The frequency gain compensation method is used to define each frequency band`s reference critical value, and the cross-band test is used to determine the hearing loss part. The results showed that 1 out of 12 subjects was de-termined to be suspected of partial hearing loss. It has been confirmed that this experimental method can be judged within 30 seconds with a smartphone, compared to the detection method in the hospital. The detection speed has been greatly improved. It allows more people to learn about their hearing health easily.
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Hearing Test, High-Speed Hearing Meas-urement, Hearing Loss, Noise Environment, Sub-Band Compensation, Partial Frequency Gain.