Audio

Demonstrations

Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.
Active Noise Control
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is based on the principle of anti-phase compensation. A cancellation signal is emitted, which superposes and cancels out existing noise. The cancellation signal is created by filtering a reference signal with a filter. This filter is either adjusted online by an adaptive algorithm or optimized in advance by methods of control theory. We are specifically working on the application of ANC for headphones and hearing aids.

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Range of Services

  • Technology transfer, software implementations of audio signal processing algorithms
  • Acoustic measurements, device characterizations, customer-specific implementations
  • Contract research and development on customer-specific problems
  • Consulting on advanced audio signal processing
  • Subcontracting for software implementations on embedded platforms

Licensor

  • RWTH Aachen University
    Institute of Communication Systems
    52074 Aachen, Germany

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  • Negotiable licensing models
  • Limited liabilities

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