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The bulbar function laboratory is located in room E2 38 and is equipped with cutting-edge technology to study speech function.

WAVE (Northern Digital Inc., Canada)
This is a 3D electromagnetic tracking device used to record movements of the tongue, jaw and lips during speech.

Phonatory Aerodynamic System (PAS) (KayPENTAX, Lincoln Park, U.S.)
This device records intra-oral air pressure and flow generated at the mouth during speech.

Nasometer (KayPENTAX, Lincoln Park, U.S.)
This instrument that measures the function of the soft palate during speech.