Residual echo signal in critically sampled subband acoustic echo cancellers based on IIR and FIR filter banks
journal contributionposted on 19.01.2010 by Oguz Tanrıkulu, Buyurman Baykal, A.G. Constantinides, Jonathon Chambers
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The residual echo signal characteristics of critically sampled subband acoustic echo cancellers are analyzed. For finite impulse response (FIR) filter banks, the residual echo signal usually has a relatively broad spectral nature around the subband edges. The residual echo signal of power symmetric infinite impulse response (PS-IIR) filter banks, on the other hand, has very narrowband spectral components around the subband edges. These components can be efficiently removed with PS-IIR notch filters that integrate neatly into the filter banks without introducing perceptually noticeable degradation to the near-end speech. This solution has very low computational complexity and does not impinge on the system performance. Simulation studies with recordings from the cockpit of a car, based on a fast QR least-squares adaptive algorithm, demonstrate the potential of this approach for a practical AEC system
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