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Cochlear implants (CIs) work by dividing the incoming acoustic signal into a limited number of frequency channels, extracting the slowly varying amplitude envelope in each channel and using this to modulate the level of electrical pulses delivered to the auditory nerve fibres. The amplitude modulation (AM) cues that are transmitted are crucial for speech understanding and an individual's abilities to perceive different rates of AM is related to speech perception. The use of these cues can bedoi:10.18154/rwth-conv-239686 fatcat:kc7qz2thdfaeln4rdyebc2olsq