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Plane wave identification with circular arrays by means of a finite rate of innovation approach

Plane wave identification with circular arrays by means of a finite rate of innovation approach
Plane wave identification with circular arrays by means of a finite rate of innovation approach
Many problems in the field of acoustic measurements depend on the direction of incoming wave fronts w.r.t. a measurement device or aperture. This knowledge can be useful for signal processing purposes such as noise reduction, source separation, de-aliasing, and super-resolution strategies among others. This paper presents a signal processing technique for the identification of the directions of travel for the principal plane wave components in a sound field measured with a circular microphone array. The technique is derived from a finite rate of innovation data model and the performance is evaluated by means of a simulation study for different numbers of plane waves in the sound field.
Hoffmann, Falk-Martin
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Fazi, Filippo
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Nelson, Philip
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Hoffmann, Falk-Martin
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Nelson, Philip
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Hoffmann, Falk-Martin, Fazi, Filippo and Nelson, Philip (2016) Plane wave identification with circular arrays by means of a finite rate of innovation approach , France. 04 - 07 Jun 2016. 14 pp.

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Abstract

Many problems in the field of acoustic measurements depend on the direction of incoming wave fronts w.r.t. a measurement device or aperture. This knowledge can be useful for signal processing purposes such as noise reduction, source separation, de-aliasing, and super-resolution strategies among others. This paper presents a signal processing technique for the identification of the directions of travel for the principal plane wave components in a sound field measured with a circular microphone array. The technique is derived from a finite rate of innovation data model and the performance is evaluated by means of a simulation study for different numbers of plane waves in the sound field.

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Accepted/In Press date: 24 February 2016
Published date: 26 May 2016
Venue - Dates: 140th International AES Convention, France, 2016-06-04 - 2016-06-07
Organisations: Acoustics Group

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Local EPrints ID: 402617
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/402617
PURE UUID: 5300c6ce-c7de-4c38-8cdb-cbdb50dfbf6f
ORCID for Falk-Martin Hoffmann: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-2925-2124

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Date deposited: 14 Nov 2016 12:07
Last modified: 09 Jan 2018 17:44

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