Use of FEM/BEM to improve handsfree telephone audio quality
Keywords:Bandwidth, Boundary element method, Finite element method, Frequency response, Loudspeakers, Mathematical models, Telephone, Acoustic resonance, Handsfree telephone audio quality, Telephone conference unit
AbstractAn overview is given on a case study on a telephone conference unit. First, some theoretical basics of the full structure/acoustic problem are presented and commented. Second, the Finite and Boundary element model is introduced. Finally, results are analyzed and practical solutions are brought to improve the acoustic receive performance.
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