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Speech Intelligibility of the Call Sign Acquisition Test (CAT) for Army Communication Systems

The specific objective of this project is to assess the speech intelligibility using both subjective and objective methods of one of the new speech test methods developed at U.S. Army Research Lab called the Callsign Acquisition Test (CAT). This study is limited to the determination of speech intelligibility for the CAT in the presence of various background noises, such as pink, white, and multitalker babble.

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