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A system approach to residual echo suppression in robust hands-free teleconferencing

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A system approach to residual echo suppression in robust hands-free teleconferencing
This paper presents a system approach to the residual echo suppression (RES) problem in a noisy acoustic environment. We propose a method that takes advantage of our existing robust acoustic echo cancellation system in order to obtain a residual echo estimate that closely resembles the true, noise-free residual echo. To achieve improved RES during strong near-end interference (e.g., double talk), a psychoacoustic postfilter is also used. The simulation results show that our RES based on the system approach outperforms a conventional estimation method. Comparing the postfiltered output to the unprocessed one indicates that our proposed RES approach can raise the PESQ score by more than half a point.
Jason Wung, Ted S. Wada, Biing-Hwang Juang, Bowon
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Updated 21 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ICASSP
Authors Jason Wung, Ted S. Wada, Biing-Hwang Juang, Bowon Lee, Ton Kalker, Ronald W. Schafer
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