Microphone Arrays : A Tutorial

@inproceedings{McCowan2010MicrophoneA,
  title={Microphone Arrays : A Tutorial},
  author={Iain McCowan},
  year={2010}
}
This report presents a tutorial of fundamental array processing and beamforming theory relevant to microphone array speech processing. A microphone array consists of multiple microphones placed at different spatial locations. Built upon a knowledge of sound propagation principles, the multiple inputs can be manipulated to enhance or attenuate signals emanating from particular directions. In this way, microphone arrays provide a means of enhancing a desired signal in the presence of corrupting… CONTINUE READING
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