[Speex-dev] Help needed regarding Echo Cancellation
shantanu_khan at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 5 10:45:01 PDT 2005
I need to use echo cancellation in a VOIP application
using speex narrowband codec.I am facing some problems
with echo cancellation. It will be very helpfull if
someone can put some light on the following issues.
-- When call is started EC works fine for first few
seconds. Bur after a certain period [usually 20 sec or
more] it does not work or works very bad [produces
distorted or noisy echo].
-- If no one talks for some time [around 4/6 mins] EC
works again for some period and after that period it
-- I used echo tail 200ms. Using long echo tail
[2000ms], EC works very fine but in that case CPU
usage becomes very high.
What should be the solution in this situation? I mean
what can be the reason that EC fails after some time.
-- I read the played packets from DirectSound Buffer
and use it as echo frame. I have noticed that my echo
frame is of low amplitude and many values of it are 0
-- Since the values are small, I applied AGC on echo
frame with another Speex preprocessor before passing
it to EC. With this approach and echo tail 400ms, I
get very good echo cancellation. But some times we get
distorted audio, sounds like someone speaking in pipe
-- Is there any possibility to get distorted audio if
we apply speex AGC on echo frame before passing it to
-- Is there any tradeoff that if echo cancellation
becomes more aggressive, the voice quality will fall
or will be distorted?
-- What are the ways to make EC more aggressive?
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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