Signal processing for in-car communication systems

@article{Schmidt2006SignalPF,
  title={Signal processing for in-car communication systems},
  author={Gerhard Schmidt and Tim Haulick},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={2006},
  volume={86},
  pages={1307-1326}
}
Communicating inside a car can be difficult because there is usually a high level of background noise and also the talking passengers do not face each other as they would do in a natural conversation. In-car communication (ICC) systems are a solution to this problem. They record the talkers’ speech signal by means of microphones and reproduce it over loudspeakers that are located close to the listening passengers. However, such systems operate in a closed electro-acoustic loop which… CONTINUE READING
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