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Paper: A Virtual Endfire Loudspeaker Array for the Generation of Sound Beams
The paper A Virtual Endfire Loudspeaker Array for the Generation of Sound Beams presented by Sascha Spors and Hagen Wiersorf at the AIA-DAGA Conference on Acoustics considers the synthesis of sound fields that are limited to a linear region in … Continue reading
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Paper: How to Design a Delay-and-Sum Beamformer for Rigid Rotationally Symmetric Arrays?
Karim Helwani has presented a paper at the Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers on beamforming algorithms for microphone arrays with acoustically rigid surfaces. Principles from Wave Field Synthesis and time-reversal acoustics are used to derive computationally efficient and … Continue reading
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