The Latest "Buzz" about Cell Phones and Hearing Aids

Linda Kozma-Spytek

  1. The Latest “Buzz “ about Cell Phones and Hearing Aids
  2. Wireless Telephone Use
  3. Hearing aid candidates and wearers need to be…
  4. How Wireless Telephones Work
  5. How Wireless Telephones Work
  6. When a wireless phone is in communication with its network, an electromagnetic (EM) field is present around the phone’s antenna. This field pulses during communication over a digital wireless phone. It is this pulsing energy that may be picked up by the hearing aid’s microphone or telecoil circuitry and heard as a “buzz.”
  9. What decisions will I need to make?
  10. Which cellular service provider should I use?*
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  14. Cellular Service Providers
  15. Questions to Ask about the Terms of Agreement
  16. Which wireless telephone should I select?*
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  18. Digital Wireless Telephones
  19. Analog vs Digital (
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  21. If I experience interference, what should I do?*
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  27. Without a Hearing Aid
  28. How do I select an accessory?
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  30. Consumer Feedback
  31. Consumer Feedback
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  33. Consumer Feedback
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  36. Consumer Feedback
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  38. ANSI C63.19
  39. ANSI C63.19
  40. HAC/VC* and Wireless Phones
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  44. Ring Signaling
  45. What if I’m buying a new hearing aid?
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  48. Matching Digital Wireless Telephones to Hearing Aids
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