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Join us at the Pitt CSD Biennial Teaching Conference

Intelligent Hearing Systems invites you to participate with us, as the University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and Disorders is hosting their biennial Teaching Conference – The Art and Science of Using Simulation in Audiology Education – on Thursday June 10 and Friday June 11, 2021. Come and chat with us, and learn more about the IHS Simulator, Baby ISAO, and SmartVS simulation tools. Follow the link for more… Read More »Join us at the Pitt CSD Biennial Teaching Conference

System Calibration for ER3A and 10D

This document shows the procedure that can be used by field technicians to calibrate transducers to be used with IHS equipment. These calibration values are then applied by the software automatically when performing tests using these transducers for stimulation.

Join us at AAA Virtual 2021

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We, at Intelligent Hearing Systems, are looking forward to meeting you at this year’s virtual conference hosted by the American Academy of Audiology. You are welcome to learn more about our products by watching our presentation videos, downloading product brochures, and chatting with one of our friendly representatives.


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Using the Stimulus Conversion Utility

SmartEP, SmartEP-ASSR, SmartEP-CAM, Intelligent VRA, and Smart Audiometer have the ability to use custom created stimuli, such as speech. Before use, the stimuli must be converted from WAV format to the IHS proprietary stimulus file format. This Smart Note defines the requirements for the WAV files, the steps to convert the stimuli, calibrating the files before use, and some additional usage tips for individual programs.

Ipsilateral suppression in SmartTrOAE

During otoacoustic emissions ipsilateral suppression, the stimulus is alternated between a masking white noise signal and a click signal; where the recordings are acquired in response to the click stimulus. By comparing a suppressed transient OAE recording to one that is acquired normally, conclusions can be drawn about the workings of the efferent nerve fibers and the suppression of sound. The ipsilateral noise masking addon for SmartTrOAE is available for… Read More »Ipsilateral suppression in SmartTrOAE

Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions with SmartTrOAE

The following Smart Note covers the basics for the acquisition of TEOAE responses, including Spontaneous OAE, using the SmartTrOAE software. Topics includes recommendations for probe usage, test settings, result analysis. SmartTrOAE is available for the Duet, USB, and USBLite hardware platforms.

Data analysis using SmartScreener-Plus 2

SmartScreener-Plus 2 includes some tools to obtain statistical analysis of the infant hearing screenings that were performed, including passing rates, noise levels and individual screener performance. This Smart Note covers the instructions on how to generate such report and understanding the information that is included in it.