Active Noise Control

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Active Noise Control

The use of energy-consumptive systems to reduce “white” noise by applying specific algorithms and computer-controlled digital processors, to generate sounds opposite that of the undesired noise(s), effectively cancelling their effects.
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By processing an audio signal with Philips' echo cancellation, noise suppression, and/or beam-forming processors before passing it to Sensory's speech recognition engine, much of the unwanted ambient noise in signals can be filtered out, leaving the critical speech portion of the signals largely untouched.