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Using a Steered-Response Power-Phase Transform to Optimize Speech Pickup in Reverberant Environments
Using various signal processing technologies, a microphone system has been developed to enhance hands-free communications in automobiles. The steered microphone array functions as a highly directive beamforming spatial filter, thereby emphasizing the location of the selected talker. Experimental results demonstrate that a steered response power-phase transform algorithm is robust in reverberant and noisy environments.
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