There are two main methods of noise cancellation (although a third shall also be detailed a bit later on) with regards to headsets, earphones and other portable devices. Here’s a bit about them and how they work… The first type of noise cancellation basically occurs whenever anything obstructs the inner ear; this has the effect Read More
‘Privileged communication’ is a legal term, applied in many Western countries (including both mine and yours, unless I’m very much mistaken), that applies to any interaction that is required, by law, to remain confidential.
After doing a little research, I can now tell you (basically) everything you ever wanted to know about black boxes… In the average commercial aircraft, you’ll find the presence of multiple (usually four) microphones in the cockpit at any given time. They are located in the pilot and co-pilot’s headsets, as well as in the Read More
Communication is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, visuals, signals, writing, or behavior. It is the meaningful exchange of information between two or more living creatures.One definition of communication is “any act by which one person gives to or receives from another person information about Read More
Asked by Wendy from Stoke-On-Trent Hi Wendy, I’ll start by supplying a bit of background to anybody reading this and wondering what on earth you’re talking about. UHF (Ultra-High Frequency) is any radio frequency range between 300 MHz and 3GHz.
(Asked by Nick from Kent) In my experience, the weapons cheat usually works a treat. I find that a roadblock is considerably less of an issue if you’re armed with a rocket launcher and twin uzis… As for the real world, one wonders just why you’re asking me, Nick? (I really don’t want this article Read More
According to the UK Government, there were an estimated 5.2 billion bus passenger journeys undertaken on our roads in 2011/2012. Public and private transportation is not only big business; it is also of massive importance to the smooth running of the country. Whilst only 14% of the UK’s 25 million commuters travel to work by Read More
One can find an excellent the number of positives that come with regular biking. It is great training, it helps you to empty your head and unwind and it lets you explore some of the more fascinating natural surroundings in the local area. Biking can also be economical, environmentally friendly (assuming you do not have Read More
In fact the answer is sure, earphones may be very harmful to your ears. A group with the University of Leicester lately proved that noises louder than a hundred and ten intensity cause damage to some special sort nerve cell outside layer, which in turn may cause tinnitus (basically a active or whining within the Read More
Hi and welcome to a modern group of assistance to the headset inquiries. Ever wanted to find out about something headphone, earpiece or receiver linked? Now’s your chance. Due to the large amount of questions we are so repeatedly asked, we’ve reached into our mailbox and chosen the 9 most relevant (and most often submitted) Read More