RADIO USER INTERFACE TRAINING
Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Apr-25
Due to the large number of people using 2-way radio communications devices, there is a large vari- ation in the audio levels and other parameters (such as inflection and mouth-to-microphone distance) which influence the perceived audio quality. These parametric variations, when excessive, can result in customer dissatisfaction with the radio communica- tions system. Therefore, it is highly desirable to obtain uniform audio levels and quality horn each and every user.