Collaborating Hearing Aids

@inproceedings{Roy2006CollaboratingHA,
  title={Collaborating Hearing Aids},
  author={Olivier Roy and Martin Vetterli},
  year={2006}
}
Motivations •Hearing aids are acoustic sensing devices that aim at compensating various hearing impairments (see Figure 1). –Spectral shaping by means of frequency attenuation/amplification. –Beamforming by combining coherently signals acquired at multiple microphones. •Most state-of-the-art systems involve two devices working independently of one another. –Limited beamforming capability. –Poor rejection of interfering signals. •What is the need for collaboration between two hearing aids… CONTINUE READING
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