Transparent communication

D.W.E. Schobben, P.C.W. Sommen

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Abstract

Transparent communication refers to the audio signal processing which is applied in communication applications The goal is to make the audio as transparent as possible in the sense that the reproduced audio should ideally be free from reverberation noise acoustical echos and mixed speakers Application areas are for example teleconferencing and handsfree telephony This paper presents new ideas for the implementation of such a system In particular the use of blind signal separation is examined and new ideas are presented for the joint implementation of the MultiChannel Acoustical Echo Canceler MC AEC and the Blind Signal Separation BSS In this way acoustical quality can be improved at a reduced computational cost.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc. Signal Processing Symposium SPS 98, a two-day workshop organized by the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter
Pages171-174
Publication statusPublished - 1998
Eventconference; Signal Processing Symposium SPS 98, a two-day workshop organized by the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Leuven, Belgium, 26-27 March 1998 - Leuven, Belgium
Duration: 26 Mar 199827 Mar 1998

Conference

Conferenceconference; Signal Processing Symposium SPS 98, a two-day workshop organized by the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Leuven, Belgium, 26-27 March 1998
Abbreviated titleSPS 98
CountryBelgium
CityLeuven
Period26/03/9827/03/98
OtherProc. Signal Processing Symposium SPS 98, a two-day workshop organized by the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter, Leuven, Belgium, 26-27 March 1998

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    Schobben, D. W. E., & Sommen, P. C. W. (1998). Transparent communication. In Proc. Signal Processing Symposium SPS 98, a two-day workshop organized by the IEEE Benelux Signal Processing Chapter (pp. 171-174)