Phase-mode versus delay-and-sum spherical microphone array processing

@article{Rafaely2005PhasemodeVD,
  title={Phase-mode versus delay-and-sum spherical microphone array processing},
  author={Boaz Rafaely},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={713-716}
}
Phase-mode spherical microphone array processing, also known as spherical harmonic array processing, has been recently studied for various applications. The spherical array configuration provides desired three-dimensional symmetry, while the phase modes provide frequency-independent spatial processing. This letter employs the spherical harmonic framework to compare the well-known delay-and-sum to the phase-mode processing for spherical arrays. The two approaches show similar performance at… CONTINUE READING
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