A New Adaptive Filter Approach for Acoustic Echo Canceller in Teleconference Systems

Hamze Haidar Alaeddine, Ali Beydoun


A flexible Frequency domain Block Recursive Least Squares (FBRLS) algorithm using the Multi-Delay Filter (MDF) is presented throughout this paper. In term of performances, the MDF-FBRLS adaptive filter introduces smaller block delay and is usually faster and suitable for ideal time-varying system such as an acoustic echo in a teleconference room. The implementation of the FBRLS algorithm using MDF adaptive filter allows reducing the FFT size and consequently optimizing the hardware implementation that could be performed using standard DSP chips. These good performances are achieved by using smaller block size and updating frequently the weight vectors which will reduce the total execution time of the adaptive process. Simulation results show that the MDF-FBRLS algorithm is better than the FBRLS algorithm in terms of the total execution time and the efficiency of the computational complexity.

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European Scientific Journal (ESJ)


ISSN: 1857 - 7881 (Print)
ISSN: 1857 - 7431 (Online)


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