This eardrum vibrates in time with the sound wave impressed upon it and produces a nerve impulse (something like an electric ... It will be seen ac that the sound wave does not travel to the brain, but it is converted into an impulse by the ear, which does travel to the brain. ... A drawn on the diagram and therefore the ear-drum would be in a normal position, as shown, giving a normal impulse to the brain.
|Title||:||Everyman's guide to radio|
|Author||:||Raymond Francis Yates|