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Performance Variation of LMS And Its Different Variants
Sanjeev Kumar Dhull, DR .O. P SAHU
Pages - 491 - 496     |    Revised - 30-11-2010     |    Published - 20-12-2010
Volume - 4   Issue - 5    |    Publication Date - December 2010  Table of Contents
Acoustic echo cancellation is an essential and important requirement for various applications such as, telecasting, hands-free telephony and video-conferencing. Echo cancellers are required because of loud-speaker signals are picked up by a microphone and are fed back to the correspondent, resulting in an undesired echo. These days, adaptive filtering methods are used to cancel the affect of these echoes. Different variants of LMS adaptive algorithms have been. Implemented and they are compared based upon their performance according to the choice of step size
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Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Dhull
G.J.U.S&T - India