A Non-Invasive Hearing Aid Using Gsm Module

Document Type : Primary Research paper

Authors

1 Assistant professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, R.M.K. Engineering college,

2 Assistant professor, Dept of Biomedical Engineering/ Electronics and communication, Sri Jayaram Institute of Engineering and technology, Chennai. Tamil Nadu,

3 Assistant Professor (III), Centre for Nanotechnology & Advanced Biomaterials, School of Chemical & Biotechnology, SASTRA Deemed-to-be University, Tamil Nadu, India,

4 Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Rajalakshmi Engineering college

5 Technical Assistant, TANGEDCO, Chennai

Abstract

According to survey in India the legally deaf percentage is about 6.3%. The person may lose their hearing sense their by birth or due to some accidents. In order to assist their hearing loss the device was invented that is hearing aid. This device works such that it will get the input in the mic amplifier the signal and gives the output to the user. In the existing system only outer drum problem is analyzed and system was designed to overcome those and it also painful due to surgery. So in order to solve the inner drum problem a system is designed at low cost, efficient manner and controlling ability is done through GSM. This hearing device is designed to use the natural amplification of your ear. Any sound in that that coming from GSM Modem. This hearing device will be fitted to the upper left or right teeth in the back of your mouth. This doesn’t require any of your teeth to be altered, and the device can be inserted and removed easily. This hearing device is a flat piece (in Real-Time Product) that contains a sealed rechargeable battery, and electronics and wireless capabilities that can pick up sound transmissions from the behind-the-ear microphone. This hearing device is a flat piece (in Real-Time Product) that contains a sealed rechargeable battery, and electronics and wireless capabilities that can pick up sound transmissions from the behind-the-ear microphone. Unlike implantable bone conduction hearing aids, SoundBite requires no surgery.

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