Processing Helium Speech: Proceedings of a Navy-Sponsored Workshop, August 1971
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NAVAL SUBMARINE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB GROTON CT
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Progress and future developments toward relaible speech communication under hyperbaric helium-oxygen conditions were assessed. Concepts of Helium- speech processing were advanced from straints allied to the unscrambler that is, talker, listener, face mask and transducer. It was concluded that after a decade of research, the ability to correct hyperbaric helium speech finally exists. Now a system that is small, inexpensive, rugged and reliable must be designed and incorporated into diving operations.
- Voice Communications