No Mumbles With A Mike In The Gas Mask
Masks protect soldiers in chemical combat. But when the wearers try to talk, it's like being underwater. The inability to communicate can be dangerous. So Battelle Memorial Institute engineer Ken Kimes has figured out how to make critical messages heard, using a tiny communications system powered by a 9-volt battery.
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