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Partial Equalization of Non-Minimum-Phase Impulse Responses

Abstract

We propose a modified version of the standard homomorphic method to design a minimum-phase inverse filter for non-minimum-phase impulse responses equalization. In the proposed approach some of the dominant poles of the filter transfer function are replaced by new ones before carrying out the inverse DFT. This method is useful when partial magnitude equalization is intended. Results for an impulse response measured in the car interior show that by using the modified version we can control the sound quality more precisely than when using the standard method.

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Maamar, A., Kale, I., Krukowski, A. et al. Partial Equalization of Non-Minimum-Phase Impulse Responses. EURASIP J. Adv. Signal Process. 2006, 067467 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1155/ASP/2006/67467

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  • Standard Method
  • Transfer Function
  • Impulse Response
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