Print Email Facebook Twitter Development of the wireless "Communications EarPlug" for application in military aviation Title Development of the wireless "Communications EarPlug" for application in military aviation Author van Wijngaarden, S.J. Agterhuis, E. Steeneken, H.J.M. TNO Human Factors Publication year 2000 Abstract A laboratory model of the wireless "Communications EarPlug" (w-CEP) was developed. Standard communication earplugs (using wires) are known to offer relatively good intelligibility of intercom speech at high ambient noise levels. The intercom sound is produced by means of a commercially available miniature transducer, integrated in the earplug. With the w-CEP, the signal is transferred from the helmet to the earplug inductively. The w-CEP prototype performs well, in near compliance with the many constraints imposed by military aviation.Een nieuw type communicatiesysteem werd ontwikkeld, voor toepassing in vliegtuigen met extreem hoge lawaainiveaus. Subject AviationSpeechNoiseAviationCommunicationHearing protectionMilitaryWirelessEar plugsMilitary aviationSpeech intelligibilitySpeech transmissionWireless telecommunication systemsEarplugsEarphones To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:07971234-1b4c-4562-9567-20fc7c2111e6 TNO identifier 9807 Source Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 48 (6), 553-558 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.