Active control of outgoing noise fields in rooms
Active noise control is a strategy to suppress a noise by superimposing it with a carefully designed secondary noise. The strategy has been under research over the past half century with active noise control aided devices surging on the market over the last decade. However, up to now, the most successful applications of active noise control are still limited to the single channel systems, where noises propagate in ducts or in the human ear canals. Many researchers attempted to extend...[Show more]
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