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audibility

[‚ȯd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(acoustics)
The state or quality of being heard.
The intensity of a received audio signal, usually expressed in decibels above or below 1 milliwatt using a stated single frequency sine wave.
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Audibility and identification of auditory alarms in the operating room and intensive care unit.
These include exhibiting confidence, using humor, ensuring audibility, gearing program content and delivery style to the specific audience, and paying careful attention to appropriate logistics.
Despite Humboldt's belief in the progressive decline or disenchantment of auroral sounds, by the time of the First International Polar Year (1882-83), when the international circumpolar research agenda reached fruition, the data gathered merely added to the uncertainty surrounding the issue of auroral audibility.
The participants described the operation, data entry, and audibility of the device when used indoors positioned on a table as good, but more difficult outdoors when the device was hanging.
Acoustic and environmental impacts from Performance Based Procedures are evaluated by the software, which provides a display of noise impacts using various acoustic parameters including A-weighted noise levels and audibility detection.
This is confirmed by audibility curves (see Figure 1) that show the lower harmonics on a bigger horn are at a disadvantage at lower volume levels and distance.
Advocate on the record Raja Abdul Ghafoor said he could no more represent the federation, therefore, he be allowed to withdraw from the case being his audibility power weak.
Jaguar Land Rover models can travel up to 155 mph, so the audibility of the alert functions at higher speeds is a necessity.
12 -- Modern MP3 players and mobile telephones are under scrutiny of the Ministry of Technology and Research for possible damages that could incur to the human ear in a long-term use and reduce the audibility.
In addition, the term voice keeps us mindful that we are, as Aristotle famously said, political animals: the primary social concern is the audibility of our voices.
In these cases, adding sound-absorbing treatments will reduce the reverberation and make the space appear quieter without reducing the audibility of disseminated information, which can be crucial in areas where there are frequent (and important) announcements over a PA system.
We observed considerable drop in voice clarity and audibility, when we moved from zone one to zone two and from zone two to zone three, in the signal reception and voice clarity test.