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Selected equipment in BARLAB within the Martin C. Jischke Hall of Biomedical Engineering:

IAC Sound-Proofed Chambers
Mackie Mixer 1604 VLZ Pro
Mackie Loudspeakers HR824
Krohn-Hite Analog Filters 3384
Agilent Oscilloscope MSO6014A
Agilent Function Generator 33220A
EZ Power Supply
Behringer Digital Audio Processor Ultra-Curve Pro DEQ2496
Denon Audio Amplifier PMA-920
National Instruments DAQ BNC-2090
Sony Electrect Microphones ECM-77B
Behringer ECM 8000
Bruel & Kjaer Nexus Conditioning Amplifier
Miniature Accelerometers
BioAcoustic Transducer Testers (1, 2.0, 2.1)
Glottal Enterprises, Circumferentially-vented pneumotachograph masks and a high-frequency pressure transducer.
Glottal Enterprises, Eletroglottograph EG2-PC

Information on equipment and facilities of our collaborators can be found at:

Prof. Jessica Huber's Laboratory

Ray W. Herrick Laboratories

MGH Center for Laryngeal Surgery & Voice Rehabilitation

BARLAB data aqusition system

BARLAB Sound-Proofed Chambers

BARLAB Experimental setup for the eploration of air-borne sensitivy of skin vibration sensors

Demonstration of simultaneous data acquisition of skin acceleration, high-speed videoendoscopy, oral volume velocity, intraoral pressure, electroglottography, and radiated acoustic pressure during voice production at the MGH Center for Laryngeal Surgery & Voice Rehabilitation.