Phase approximation of linear geometry driving functions for sound field synthesis

@article{Peretti2010PhaseAO,
  title={Phase approximation of linear geometry driving functions for sound field synthesis},
  author={Paolo Peretti and Laura Romoli and Stefania Cecchi and Lorenzo Palestini and Francesco Piazza},
  journal={2010 18th European Signal Processing Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={1939-1943}
}
Driving functions are particular filters, developed in Wave Field Synthesis context, which allow the reconstruction of a desired sound field produced by a virtual source through a loudspeakers array. In this paper a detailed study of linear array driving functions in terms of time and frequency domains behavior is presented. Subsequently, two phase approximations are explored in order to simplify the temporal response and to achieve shorter filters thus reducing the complexity associated with… CONTINUE READING

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