Active noise control


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Active noise control

Electronic masking of sound to cover unwanted or intrusive sound, such as speech or equipment noise.
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Active Noise Control provides passengers with a more comfortable and restful sleep aboard long-haul flights by reducing background aircraft noise, with no headphones required.
Wei, "A variable step-size FXLMS algorithm for narrowband active noise control," IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, vol.
In this work, we present an efficient multichannel version of the ECAP-L algorithm for active noise control applications.
The car's sophisticated suspension and acoustic glass help to quell any outside sounds, but the Active Noise Control completes the process.
Dubbed as Active Noise Control (ANC) and Active Sound Control (ASC), the enhanced "broom!
Another method to reduce the noise pollution in dental setup is the use of Active Noise Control (ANC)19 which employs the use of specially designed headphones for the patient and the dental staff.
And NVH--the N in particular--is addressed through countermeasures for cabin quietness, as in the use of an active noise control system, thicker front door glass (5 mm vs.
Active Noise Control technology implemented on a digital signal processor provides the required antiphase sound wave signal that can be used to cancel out the noise.
(NASDAQ: CDNS) and Blackberry (NASDAQ: BBRY) (TSX:BB) subsidiary QNX Software Systems said they have announced that QNX has ported its QNX Acoustics for active noise control software to the Cadence Tensilica HiFi audio/voice digital signal processing core.
The MKZ Hybrid has the usual standard features as well as some not always found on competitors, including Sync voice and touchscreen control for ventilation and the audio system, active noise control for the interior, leather-trimmed seats, 10-way, power-adjustable and heated front seats, power and heated outside mirrors, 18-inch wheels and light-emitting diode headlamps and taillamps.
Cheng, "Nonlinearity modeling of secondary sound source in active noise control," Journal of Vibration Engineering, vol.
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