King Chung
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Challenges and Recent Developments in Hearing Aids: Part I. Speech Understanding in Noise, Microphone Technologies and Noise Reduction Algorithms
K Chung
Trends in Amplification 8 (3), 83-124, 2004
2402004
Real-world Performance of an ITE Directional Microphone
M Killion, R Schulein, L Christensen, D Fabry, L Revit, P Niquette, ...
Hearing Journal 51, 24-39, 1998
931998
Challenges and Recent Developments in Hearing Aids: Part II. Feedback and Occlusion Effect Reduction Strategies, Laser Shell Manufacturing Processes, and Other Signal …
K Chung
Trends in Amplification 8 (4), 125-164, 2004
882004
Effects of directional microphone and adaptive multichannel noise reduction algorithm on cochlear implant performance
K Chung, FG Zeng, KN Acker
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (4), 2216-2227, 2006
612006
Using hearing aid adaptive directional microphones to enhance cochlear implant performance
K Chung, FG Zeng
Hearing Research 250 (1-2), 27-37, 2009
502009
Wind noise in hearing aids with directional and omnidirectional microphones: polar characteristics of behind-the-ear hearing aids
K Chung, L Mongeau, N McKibben
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (4), 2243-2259, 2009
352009
Effective compression and noise reduction configurations for hearing protectors
K Chung
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (2), 1090-1101, 2007
302007
Enhancing cochlear implants with hearing aid signal processing technologies
K Chung, FG Zeng
US Patent 8,942,815, 2015
282015
Effects of in-the-ear microphone directionality on sound direction identification
K Chung, AC Neuman, M Higgins
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (4), 2264-2275, 2008
282008
Using hearing aid directional microphones and noise reduction algorithms to enhance cochlear implant performance
K Chung, FG Zeng, S Waltzman
Acoustics research letters online 5 (2), 56-61, 2004
232004
Wind noise in hearing aids with directional and omnidirectional microphones: polar characteristics of custom-made hearing aids
K Chung, N McKibben, L Mongeau
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127 (4), 2529-2542, 2010
202010
Microphone directionality, pre-emphasis filter, and wind noise in cochlear implants
K Chung, N McKibben
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 22 (09), 586-600, 2011
182011
Wind noise in hearing aids: I. Effect of wide dynamic range compression and modulation-based noise reduction
K Chung
International journal of audiology 51 (1), 16-28, 2012
152012
Evaluation of noise attenuation and verbal communication capabilities using three ear insert hearing protection systems among airport maintenance personnel
L Wagoner, J McGlothlin, K Chung, E Strickland, N Zimmerman, ...
Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene 4 (2), 114-122, 2007
112007
Comparisons of spectral characteristics of wind noise between omnidirectional and directional microphones
K Chung
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (6), 4508-4517, 2012
102012
Wind noise in hearing aids: II. Effect of microphone directivity
K Chung
International journal of audiology 51 (1), 29-42, 2012
102012
A test protocol for assessing the hearing status of students with special needs
HC Chen, NM Wang, WC Chiu, SY Liu, YP Chang, PY Lin, K Chung
International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology 78 (10), 1677-1685, 2014
92014
Utilizing hearing aid directional microphones and noise reduction algorithms to improve speech understanding and listening preferences for cochlear implant users
K Chung, FG Zeng, S Waltzman
International Congress Series 1273, 89-92, 2004
92004
Utilizing advanced hearing aid technologies as pre-processors to enhance cochlear implant performance
K Chung, FG Zeng, S Waltzman
Cochlear implants international 5 (sup1), 192-195, 2004
92004
Noise reduction technologies implemented in head-worn preprocessors for improving cochlear implant performance in reverberant noise fields
K Chung, L Nelson, M Teske
Hearing research 291 (1-2), 41-51, 2012
82012
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