control echo

control echo

[kən′trōl ‚ek·ō]
(engineering)
In an ultrasonic inspection system, consistent reflection from a surface, such as a back reflection, which provides a reference signal.
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Digium's high-performance echo cancellation (HPEC) solutions eliminate the need for the tuning and training sometimes required to control echo conditions in Asterisk-based voice systems.
The new Digium High Performance Echo Cancellation (HPEC) solutions eliminate the need for the tuning and training sometimes required to control echo conditions in Asterisk-based voice systems.