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The selection and application of an IIR adaptive filter for use in active sound attenuation
By: Eriksson, L.; Greiner, R.; Allie, M.;
1987 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' The selection and application of an IIR adaptive filter for use in active sound attenuation ' The use of infinite impulse response (IIR) adaptive filters has lagged behind that of finite impulse response (FIR) adaptive filters. This has been due, in part, to the increased complexity of IIR filters and the potential for instability that exists due to the presence of poles in the transfer function. This paper discusses the use of adaptive filters for the active cancellation of acoustic noise. It is shown that IIR filters possess certain characteristics that are highly desirable for this problem. The selection of an appropriate IIR adaptive algorithm is discussed using observability considerations. It is shown that the recursive least mean square (RLMS) algorithm of Feintuch possesses significant advantages for use in a practical active attentuation system. Results are presented from computer simulations as well as an actual system using a TI TMS32010 digital signal processing microprocessor.