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The RAIB also recommended the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board improves guidance on the audibility of tram warning devices and on the design and layout of tram footpath crossings.
Correlating speech privacy metrics, such as Articulation Index (AI), Speech Intelligibility Index (SII), Speech Privacy Class (SPC), or a future metric, with occupant satisfaction and the audibility of words or sentences is critical to ensure the adopted metric identifies the perceived performance and the overall acceptability based on occupant expectations.
"Due to low audibility, sometimes traffic police can't hear the siren and don't clear the traffic to let the ambulance pass.
Of course, issues around basic viewability need to be resolved before audibility can be addressed.
With the form factor of a stand-alone Blu-ray player, and the unparalleled quality and design consumers have grown to expect from STEIGER DYNAMICS, the ERA seamlessly integrates with other home theater components, augmenting any existing setup, while simultaneously providing users with undoubtedly the highest capable processing performance by volume, all with minimum audibility.
He kindly wrote to me saying, "I find myself in agreement with your observations and conclusions, most particularly and importantly with what you have to say about strength and audibility of his high notes." The strength and audibility of his high notes would be greatly influenced by of Nourrit's laryngeal position.
All of its projectors include environment-friendly features such as Acer EcoProjection technology, which reduces standby power consumption by 90 per cent, Acer ExtremeEco, which enables up to 70 per cent power consumption saving during periods with no input signal, Acer ExtremeEco mode, which extends the lamp life to up to 8000 hours, saving lamp-replacement cost, and a low noise level of only 31 dBA, which provides clear audibility and no ambient disturbances, according to the statement.
The zero audibility rule does need to addressed, though.
It is not difficult to see the ways that such debates fold back into the logic of Butler's own arguments, playing out the very normative constraints on the political field of speech about Israel and Palestine (what she elsewhere calls "the conditions of audibility").
Janet Floyd addresses three fictional representations of the female singer, a figure that attracted attention during the late nineteenth century because of the striking visibility of the singer's body and the audibility of her voice.