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Effects of Intentional Interference with Speech Intelligibility
The first portion of the paper describes the effects on speech intelligibility of selected noise spectra. It is found that there is a -most efficient- noise spectrum for the intentional destruction of intelligibility, for example to combat eavesdropping. A device called the Vocepter designed specifically to defeat eavesdropping is introduced.
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