[Speex-dev] echo cancellation on PDA

Nicholas Xu xunich at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 19:15:42 PST 2006

I did the test on another PDA which runs XScale 416Mhz CPU, the EAC
arithmetic could be done in 1ms, but for the previous PDA (TI OMAP
168Mhz), it take more than 100ms!
Though EAC could run in time on the new PDA, it did no help to cancel
the echo, here is my test scenario:
Init echo_state:
    int tmp=8000;

In playing thread:
   receive incoming RTP packet;
In Recording thread
    wait for recorded data coming (every 20ms);
    short* mic = reinterpret_cast<short*>(recorded_buf);

2006/11/3, Jean-Marc Valin <jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca>:
> >> Are you by any chance using an insane sampling rate and/or tail length.
> >> Try a sampling rate of 8000 Hz, 128-sample frame size and 1028-sample
> >> tail length.
> > In my appliation, the sampling rate is 8000 Hz, and time stamp is
> > 20ms, doesn't it mean I should initialize echo_state like
> > speex_echo_init_state(160,n*160)?
> That's fine -- as long as n is reasonable, let's say in the order of 8.
> Are you using just the echo canceller or the preprocessor too (try just
> the echo canceller).
>        Jean-Marc

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