Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems, abbreviated as mPERS, refer to portable or wearable devices that allow people to connect to medical experts or an emergency response call center by just pressing a button on the device when they are in emergencies.

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Back-up alarms, also known as back up beepers, are used in vehicles with an obstructed view to the rear to help warn passers-by when the vehicles are moving backward.

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stetron has developed two loudspeakers for use in medical ventilators.

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A distributed audio system, as its name implies, distributes audio to many loudspeakers at the same time instead of only one or a few loudspeakers.

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Because of the versatility of sound bars as far as size and function are concerned, they can be used in a multiplicity of applications.

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For a loudspeaker to faithfully reproduce a sound, it’s critical that the cone moves directly in and out of the frame in sync with the drive signal.

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The total harmonic distortion (THD) is a measure of the relative contribution of these harmonic sine waves to the devices overall output.

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Stetron has developed a new 40mm Speaker designed for remote patient monitoring and medical devices.

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SPL is typically measured using decibels (dB), which are derived by considering the ratio of a given pressure with some reference pressure.

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