Adaptive Filter Design Based On The LMS Algorithm in SVC

Li Zhang; Ning Liu; Yong-cheng Jiang; Bao-hua Zhang
March 2013
Advances in Information Sciences & Service Sciences;Mar2013, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p320
Academic Journal
The paper proposed the adapter filter design based on the improved LMS algorithm. The paper first introduced the minimum mean square (LMS) algorithm, which is a very useful and very simple estimated gradient method. This algorithm has been widely used since the early 1960s quickly, its advantage is that the small amount of calculation, and the rapid development of the digital signal processor also allows real - time adaptive filter economy realize it possible. For the design of SVC, the adaptive filter design is outstanding performed in the operation. The paper implemented on the DSP LMS adaptive filter algorithm and related technologies for echo cancellation applications do simple research and discussion.


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