During otoacoustic emissions 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 suppression noise masking addon for SmartTrOAE is available for the… Read More »TEOAE Suppression in 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.
This Smart Note contains the basic instructions and workflow for acquisition of Otoacoustic Emission screening results using the SmartScreener-Plus 2 software for the Solo, USBLite, and Duet hardware platforms, including recommendations for placing the OAE probe.
The following Smart Note covers the basics for the acquisition of DPOAE responses using the SmartDPOAE software. Topics includes recommendations for probe usage, test settings, result analysis. SmartDPOAE is available for the Duet, USB, and USBLite hardware platforms.
The following Smart Note covers general information for the acquisition of distortion product and transient evoked otoacoustic emission responses. The information includes suggested test parameters, as well as guidance for probe placement, for use with SmartDPOAE and SmartTrOAE software.