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Effects of mobile phone exposure on time frequency fine structure of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions
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10.1121/1.2773944
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FIG. 1.

Example of TEOAE data from one of the subjects that participated in the study. In the first row, broadband TEOAE (raw data) are shown, labeled as band ‘0,’ whereas the other rows show the elementary band-limited components obtained with the WT. For clarity purposes only few components, i.e., the first 9 out of the 33, are shown, centered around 879, 977, 1075, 1173, 1271, 1369, 1467, 1565, and . In each row, two replicate recordings (A and B in the ILO equipment) are superimposed. Numbers on the left are the reproducibility (percent value) between the two replicate recordings.

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Example of energy (EN, top panel) and latency (LAT, bottom panel), from one of the subjects that participated in the study, in the 33 elementary band limited components, spanning frequencies from 0.83 to , obtained after WT processing of TEOAE signals measured before and after exposure to EMFs.

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Energy (EN) shifts in broadband TEOAEs after real or sham exposure to a GSM mobile phone with respect to measurement before exposure, for all the three stimulus levels. Error bars represent standard deviation. The number of subjects involved was 27.

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FIG. 4.

Energy (EN) shifts in the wavelet elementary band-limited components of TEOAE recorded before and after a real (in black) or sham (in gray) exposure to a GSM mobile phone for the three stimulus levels: peak SPL (panel A), peak SPL (panel B), and peak SPL (panel C). Error bars represent standard deviation.

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FIG. 5.

Latency (LAT) shifts in the wavelet elementary band-limited components of TEOAE recorded before and after a real (in black) or sham (in gray) exposure to a GSM mobile phone for the three stimulus levels: peak SPL (panel A), peak SPL (panel B), and peak SPL (panel C). Error bars represent standard deviation.

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Scitation: Effects of mobile phone exposure on time frequency fine structure of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/122/4/10.1121/1.2773944
10.1121/1.2773944
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