Double-talk robust acoustic echo canceller based on CNN filter

Haengwoo Lee


Conventional acoustic echo cancellation works by using an adaptive algorithm to identify the impulse response of the echo path. In this paper, we use the CNN neural network filter to remove the echo signal from the microphone input signal, so that only the speech signal is transmitted to the far-end. Using the neural network filter, weights are well converged by the general speech signal. Especially it shows the ability to perform stable operation without divergence even in the double-talk state, in which both parties speak simultaneously. As a result of simulation, this system showed superior performance and stable operation compared to the echo canceller of the adaptive filter structure.


Neural network, Acoustic echo canceller, Double-talk, Deep learning

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (IJEEI)
ISSN 2089-3272

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