Theory and Design of Spatial Active Noise Control Systems

@inproceedings{Chen2017TheoryAD,
  title={Theory and Design of Spatial Active Noise Control Systems},
  author={Hanchi Chen},
  year={2017}
}
The concept of spatial active noise control is to use a number of loudspeakers to generate anti-noise sound waves, which would cancel the undesired acoustic noise over a spatial region. The acoustic noise hazards that exist in a variety of situations provide many potential applications for spatial ANC. However, using existing ANC techniques, it is difficult to achieve satisfying noise reduction for a spatial area, especially using a practical hardware setup. Therefore, this thesis explores… CONTINUE READING

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