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Bone Conduction Technology

Sound travels to a person's ears as vibrations, which are transmitted though the air and through the person's bones. For some people with hearing loss, the ability to receive sound transmission through the air may be limited or unattainable. Bone conduction technology explores the development of communication products that focus on the use of a person's bones to transmit sound.

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