Speech enhancement for personal communication using an adaptive gain equalizer

  title={Speech enhancement for personal communication using an adaptive gain equalizer},
  author={Nils Westerlund and Mattias Dahl and Ingvar Claesson},
  journal={Signal Processing},
An increasing part of our daily personal communication takes place in various noisy environments. Ever since the broad introduction of cellular phones, we tend to communicate using these phones in cars, streets and other noisy places. Noise has a negative effect on both speech intelligibility and quality; a poor signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) may indeed result in a complete lack of speech intelligibility. This paper presents a speech enhancement method for personal communication, where the input… CONTINUE READING
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