Overview of acoustics research at Defence Research and Development Canada -- Toronto Research Centre
Keywords:military noise, impulse noise, hearing protection, auditory communication
Acoustics research at Defence Research and Development Canada – Toronto Research Centre is focussed on optimizing auditory protection and performance in military operational environments. We make recommendations to the Canadian Armed Forces for hearing conservation (exposure limits and protective measures) and best practices for effective auditory communication.
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