By H. W. Ades, A. Axelsson, I. L. Baird, G. v. Békésy, R. L. Boord, C. B. G. Campbell, O. Densert, D. H. Eldredge, H. Engström, J. Fex, J. M. Harrison, O. W. Henson, M. E. Howe, S. Iurato, A. Michelsen, A. R. Møller, R. R. Pfeiffer, S. Rauch, I. Rauch, E. A.
In making plans The instruction manual volumes on Audition, we, the editors, made the choice that there may be many authors, each one writing in regards to the paintings within the box that he knew most sensible via his personal examine, instead of a couple of authors who could evaluate parts of study with which they lacked first hand familiarity. For the needs of the chapters on Audition, sensory body structure has been outlined very generally to incorporate reports from the numerous disciplines that give a contribution to our figuring out of the buildings thinking about listening to and the procedures that occur in those constructions in guy and in decrease animals. a few chapters on targeted subject matters were incorporated in an effort to current info that will no longer be coated by means of the standard chapters facing anatomical, physi ological and behavioral elements of listening to. we want to thank all authors of the volumes on Audition for the contributions that they've made. We believe convinced that their efforts can be liked by way of the various scientists and clinicians who will utilize the instruction manual for a few years to return. WOLF D. KEIDEL WILLIAM D. NEFF Erlangen Bloomington August 1974 Contents creation. by means of G. v. BEKESY t. With three Figures. . . . . . . . 1 bankruptcy 1 attention of the Acoustic Stimulus. by means of R. R. PFEIFFER. With bankruptcy 2 19 Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . nine Comparative Anatomy of the center Ear. through O. W. HENSON Jr. With bankruptcy three 23 Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 . . . . .
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A Leakage associated with instruments (often from 5 [l. amps to hundreds of [l. amps) can inadvertantly pass through signal shields or leads because of return paths they provide back to the distribution panel. 1 through signal lead or shield tied to chassis of device No. 1. If the ground lead were not open for device No. I, the leakage interference could be negligible; or if ground loop paths are not provided, leakage current could not flow. b Circulating ground currents can be generated, even when ground connections are left intact, if a nonequipotential ground environment exists.
7. Shields, when carried through cable connectors, should be through pins adjacent to the signal pins, so that maximal shielding effect can be obtained within the connector. S. Make sure that the signal cable shield is grounded at only one point - preferablyat the low side of the signal 8ource, in order to eliminate any current flow in the shield and to prohibit a ground loop. 9. Any unused leads in a cable should be grounded to the shield at the end opposite of the end where the shield is grounded in order to help eliminate noise pickup.