[Speex-dev] Sound card problem in acoustic echo cancellation

limaoquan2000 limaoquan2000 at 126.com
Wed Jun 9 12:13:49 PDT 2010

Then why ONE sound card have different capture and playback rate?
It must be ONE single physical clock generator which is used by both ADC and DAC
in the sound card, isn't it?
If you are a hardware engineer. Will you design two different physical clock for
ADC and DAC seperately?
What on earth causes this problem? Who knows its intrinsic real reason?

Isn't there any other solutions?
For example, I have also tested Microsoft MSN and Skype. It seems that AEC
function of those softwares are all no problem. Their AEC are designed by GIPS.
I guess that must be some solutions.
The solution of GIPS is only echo suppression?

Em 02-06-2010 04:41, ce09 at polyu.edu.hk escreveu:
> Hi All,
> I am a research associate in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. One of
> my research interests is acoustic echo cancellation. Now I meet a big problem.
> When I was testing my own AEC module, I found that it was almost perfect in
> few computers but much worse in other computers. Then I tried AEC module in
> speex, it was almost the same result.
> Then I found the reason is that sound cards of most computers have different
> sampling and playing rate, so it is almost impossible for the adaptive filter
> to converge and reach best result. For example, long time average sampling and
> playing rate of a sound card is 7999.864Hz and 7980.129Hz respectively. Sound
> cards of the computers which shown perfect AEC result are the only sound cards
> which keep the same sampling and playing rate.
> Then, what can I do to solve the problem? Could you please give me any advice?
> BTW: I am working on Windows XP platform and I have tried DirectSound.
> Your Sincerely
> Li Maoquan
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