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Telecoils
Telecoils
How Do Cell Phones Work
How Do Cell Phones Work
How Do Cell Phones Work
How Do Cell Phones Work
How Do Cell Phones Work
How Do Cell Phones Work
Digital Cell Phone Interference Basics
Digital Cell Phone Interference Basics
FCC MANDATE
FCC MANDATE
PHONE SCOOP  phone finder
PHONE SCOOP phone finder
PHONE SCOOP  phone finder
PHONE SCOOP phone finder
What is Bluetooth
What is Bluetooth
Bluetooth Streamers
Bluetooth Streamers
Additional Bluetooth Devices
Additional Bluetooth Devices
Beetle H-2 or H-2ST
Beetle H-2 or H-2ST
Beetle H-2 or H-2ST
Beetle H-2 or H-2ST
Bluetooth Loopsets
Bluetooth Loopsets
Bluetooth Loopsets
Bluetooth Loopsets
Bluetooth Loopsets
Bluetooth Loopsets
Tecear Bluetooth Comparison Guide
Tecear Bluetooth Comparison Guide
Noizfree Mobile
Noizfree Mobile
T Link from TecEar
T Link from TecEar
T Link from TecEar
T Link from TecEar
HATIS
HATIS
HATIS
HATIS
HATIS
HATIS
The hearing aid is great, now what about my cell phone

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The hearing aid is great, now what about my cell phone

The hearing aid is great, now what about my cell phone.ppt
1 26select the phone program These can be
2The hearing aid is great, now what configured as either a microphone
about my cell phone? Melissa Pacey (acoustic), T-coil or combined M+T
Mahaffey, AuD Jana Wells Rentz, AuD. setting Again, the choice is based on the
3Objectives. Telecoil overview How to phone(s) the patient will be using if
select for hearing aid compatible cell their cell phone has a T rating a T-coil
phones FCC regulations & ratings How may be used, otherwise a microphone
to program for cell phone use in iPFG setting is best In some cases, patients
Bluetooth options for cell phone use Other may wish to have a microphone setting in
options to connect to cell phones one ear and a T-coil in the other some
Resources. manufacturers make this possible through
4Telecoils. programming.
5Can I use the cell phone with my T 27Programming Tips. Whether using a
button? The telecoil was created to bridge T-coil or microphone setting, the
communication between the telephone following tips may improve patients phone
receiver and hearing aid It does this by experience: Increasing overall gain, or
turning the magnetic energy emitted from gain for loud sounds (G80), especially
the telephone into electrical energy The between 500 Hz and 3000 Hz Ensuring MPO is
cell phone does not produce the same high enough insufficient headroom will
magnetic field. make speech sound muffled Decreasing
6What does the label hearing aid compression for more linear processing
compatible mean? This does not always Increasing strength of noise cancellation
mean a telecoil should be used to gain if T-coil is buzzing i.e. set to
access to cell phone communications This moderate or strong.
simply means there is reduced Radio 28What about hands-free? Many states now
Frequency Energy compared to the average require hands-free cell phone use by law
allowable level in cell phone There are several ways for your patients
communications. to comply with these laws and use their
7Radio Frequency Energy (RFE). Current hearing aids too The following options
generated for wireless broadcasting and focus on using Bluetooth streamers or
communications There is an allowable silhouette and neckloop products to link a
amount regulated by the FCC, ANSI and EEI patients hearing aids to their cell
However, even the allowable amount can phone.
interfere with medical equipment This is 29What is Bluetooth ? Where did the name
why cell phones have been known to have a Bluetooth originate it is named after a
high incompatibility rate with hearing Danish Viking and King, Harald Bl?tand
aids. (translated as Bluetooth in English), who
8How Do Cell Phones Work? When using a lived in the latter part of the 10th
digital cell phone, the telephone century. Harald Bl?tand united and
conversation is transmitted over a controlled Denmark and Norway (hence the
wireless network using radio waves. Cell inspiration on the name: uniting devices
phones may be thought of as sophisticated through Bluetooth). * Bluetooth enables
walkie-talkies, that use a separate devices to communicate wirelessly with
transmission frequency for talking and each other when they are in range. *
receiving signals, enabling simultaneous Bluetooth devices use a secure, globally
two-way conversation. unlicensed short-range radio
9How Do Cell Phones Work? In typical communications system, so they do not have
applications, cell phone carriers chop the to be in line of sight of each other.*
city up into cells across a city or region *Wikipedia.org.
that are each around 10 square miles Each 30Bluetooth. Hearing aid manufacturers
cell has a base station that consists of a are taking advantage of this technology
tower and a small building containing the more options coming out every year
radio equipment. Bluetooth accessories - Phonak iCom,
10How Do Cell Phones Work? When moving Oticon Streamer, Siemens Tek, Starkey ELI
in a car or on foot, communication between Bluetooth hands-free mics that utilize
the base station and cell phone enable silhouette and neckloop connections FM
automatic switching from cell to cell via transmitter with added Bluetooth function.
radio frequency (RF) transmissions RF 31Bluetooth Streamers. Patient pairs
emissions create electromagnetic fields Bluetooth streamer with cell phone
around the cell phones which cause Wireless connection to hearing aids Cell
interference with other electronic phone conversation is streamed to hearing
devices. instruments BINAURALLY through the
11Digital Cell Phone Interference Bluetooth device Streamer acts as
Basics. In addition to the RF hands-free microphone - their voice is
interference, cell phones generate other streamed back to person on the other end
emissions referred to a magnetic of the phone Additionally can give patient
interference This type of emission access to most any Bluetooth device GPS,
originates from the cell phone's computer, etc.
electronics and is independent of the 32Bluetooth Streamers. Starkey Eli plugs
basic interference caused by the RF directly into HA via DAI and audio shoe
transmission Sources of this type of Some streamers offer additional features
interference include: backlighting on the such as: Music streaming via cable
display or keypad the battery the circuit connect to MP3, iPod, etc Audio streaming
board. via cable connect to DVD player, laptop,
12Cell Phone/Hearing Aid Issue. The etc FM can plug in universal FM receiver
increase in cell phone use in recent years such as MLxi currently this is exclusive
creates new challenges for hearing aid to Phonaks iCom More bang for the buck if
compatibility, as more and more hearing device can do more!
aid users are going wireless When a cell 33Additional Bluetooth Devices. Phonak
phone is held up to a hearing aid, SmartLink FM Transmitter FM transmitter
interference may be heard as a buzzing, provides basic FM function Bluetooth
pulsing, humming, or whining noise that device can pair to any Bluetooth cell
can make speech recognition very phone also Phone conversation is streamed
difficult, regardless of whether the to hearing aids via FM receivers Device is
hearing aid is in microphone (M) or also hands-free microphone back to
telecoil (T) mode. listener on the other end of phone Many FM
13FCC Mandate. 2005: each provider make receiver options make this an option for
available 4 handsets rated at least M3 most BTE users as well as patients using
2006: each provider make available 5 custom aids with a T-coil.
handsets rated M3 or T3 In addition, they 34Hands-free via Bluetooth. Bluetooth
had to make all of these available for silhouette headsets Beetle H2 or H2ST -
testing IN-STORE! *Sprint/Nextel, Alltel, Bluetooth connection to cell phone
AT&T/Cingular, Verizon, T-Mobile. Silhouette and neckloop options H2ST is
14What do the ratings mean? Acoustic compatible with cell phones as well as
(microphone) coupling: M3,M4 T-coil other devices Bluetooth Loopsets
coupling: T3,T4 The higher the rating, the connected to cell phone via Bluetooth
lower the interference, and better connected to hearing aids via T-coil and
performance M1/T1: poor M2/T2: fair M3/T3: neckloop also connect to computers, etc
good M4/T4: excellent. Artone amplified neckloop mild to
15More about the ratings. Hearing aids moderate HL ClearSounds amplified
are also rated in this manner To obtain neckloop mild to severe HL MaxIT
the total rating value, add the hearing amplified neckloop mild to moderate HL.
aid rating to the cell phone rating i.e. 35Important Note! It is important to
Phonak instruments are all rated T2/M2. If remember that neckloops and silhouettes do
a patient purchased a phone with an M3 NOT work with touchless / Easy phone
rating, the total rating value would be programs The patient must use a manual
M5. T-coil program May be configured as T or
16Tips for Patients. Patients should T+M.
look for cell phones rated M3/T3 or M4/T4 36Beetle H-2 or H-2ST. H-2. Bluetooth
This does not guarantee that these phones headset for cell phone Compatible with
will be interference-free with a Bluetooth computer Single silhouette only
particular hearing aid model, but will $108. H-2ST. Bluetooth stereo headset
result in a combined ANSI 63.19 predictive Wireless music and audio streaming in
rating of 5-6, indicating that the cell stereo Single or Twin options Silhouette
phone/hearing aid combination is suitable or neckloop available $169 179.
for normal use or excellent, 37Bluetooth Loopsets. Artone - $169.
respectively. Patients should be reminded MaxIT - $175. ClearSounds CLA7BT - $169.
that other phone options such as keyboard 38Bluetooth headsets & Loopsets.
displays and backlighting can cause Many options available Vary by price,
additional interference. Turn these off features and options Things to consider:
when possible! Type of battery alkaline or rechargeable
17Features to look for. Options that may Talk time and stand-by time Ease of use
help those with hearing impairment use Clarity / reception Warranty all list 1
cell phones: Vibrating ringer Choice of year standard
ring tones Volume control Visual displays http://www.tecear.com/Bluetooth_Comparison
to indicate call functions i.e. in use, Guide.htm.
no service, etc Text messaging, email, 39Tecear Bluetooth Comparison Guide.
instant messaging T-coil compatibility TTY 40Hands Free Options (non-Bluetooth).
compatible Neckloop or Silhouette Corded connection to cell phone
compatible 2.5 mm audio jack. Information connected to hearing aids through
courtesy of www.accesswireless.org. silhouette or neckloop and T-coil Tecear T
18FCC MANDATE. Link NoiZfree Mobile HATIS several
19PHONE SCOOP phone finder. models including one for ITE users CLA7
20PHONE SCOOP phone finder. powered neckloop.
21Resources. 41Noizfree Mobile. Wireless hands-free
http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/acces headset for hearing aids Silhouette
iblewireless.html www.phonescoop.com product Set manually selectable memory to
http://www.accesswireless.org/ Cell phone T or M+T Works just like any other hands
websites: Sprintsearch hearing aid free headset for your cell phone! Monaural
compatible Alltelphones & or binaural $39-49.
accessories/disability access/speech & 42T Link from TecEar.com. Hands-free
hearing Verizonstore AT&Tsearch corded headset Silhouette product Monaural
hearing aid compatible T-mobilehearing or binaural options available For BTEs
aid phones. only, set to T or M+T www.tecear.com 2.5mm
22Software Programming. Touchless or plug $49. Photos courtesy of Jana Rentz.
Easy T-coil and microphone options How 43HATIS. Director Plugs into cell
this works with land lines & cell phone or landline phone Uses T-coil &
phones Manually selectable phone programs silhouette connection to BTEs Boom
Common programming tips to improve phone microphone Can order monaural or binaural
usage. silhouette $200 - $300 www.hatis.com.
23Touchless / Easy Phone. Touchless 44HATIS. Freedom Plugs into cell phone
T-coils are popular options and available Uses T-coil & silhouette connection to
from every major manufacturer The BTEs In-line microphone Can order monaural
telephone program is automatically or binaural silhouette $150 160
activated when the phone handset is placed www.hatis.com.
in front of the hearing aid The reed-relay 45HATIS. Producer For use with ITE
switch inside the aid detects the presence hearing aids Utilizes T-coil in HA Plugs
of magnetic energy leaking from the phone into cell phone or landlines Has volume
and activates the phone program. control $190 www.hatis.com.
24Touchless / Easy Phone. If there is 46Resources for these devices:
not sufficient magnetic energy (as in cell www.oaktreeproducts.com www.tecear.com
phones) a magnet can be placed on the www.hatis.com www.atsrecourses.org
handset to activate this switch Some www.elihearing.com www.phonak.com
manufacturers (such as Phonak) allow the www.oticon.com http://hearing.siemens.com.
Easy or automatic phone program to be 47References. Ross, M. Telecoils are
configured as a T-coil, microphone or about more than telephones. The Hearing
combined M+T input The choice is based on Journal; May 2006; 59; 24-28. Marshall, B.
the type of phone(s) used by the patient. Expanding roles for telecoils. The Hearing
25Touchless / Easy Phone. If the Journal; Sep.2002; 55; 40-41.
patient is using an M rated cell phone, 48What to do with old cell phone?
then an acoustic or microphone setting www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com Started in
should be selected If the patients cell 2004 by a 12 and 13-year old brother and
phone has a T rating, then a T-coil sister in Massachusetts Goal is to help
setting can be selected More often than soldiers serving overseas call home Take
not, patients use a variety of phones old cell phones (any model, no matter how
during the day and a combined M+T may be old) and recycle them via ReCellular Money
the best option Patients may also prefer received from ReCellular for each phone
to have M selected for one ear, and T for donated is then used to buy prepaid
the other ear. calling cards for soldiers They work with
26Manual Phone Programs. Most all branches of the US military.
manufacturers also allow the use of manual 49THANK YOU!!
phone programs so that the patient can
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