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Title: Identification of a parametric loudspeaker system using an adaptive Volterra filter
Authors: Ji, Wei
Gan, Woon-Seng
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Ji, W., & Gan, W.-S. (2012). Identification of a parametric loudspeaker system using an adaptive Volterra filter. Applied Acoustics, 73(12), 1251-1262.
Series/Report no.: Applied acoustics
Abstract: Due to the parametric acoustic array effect in air, the input audible signal of a parametric loudspeaker system can be reproduced with high directivity at the target region. However, the reproduced audible signal suffers from harmonic distortion, which is the by-product of nonlinear interaction between the primary waves. In order to investigate this inherent nonlinear phenomenon, a nonlinear system identification model is developed based on an adaptive Volterra filter. Unlike the conventional loudspeaker, the nonlinear characteristic of a parametric loudspeaker system is dependent on several primary parameters in nonlinear acoustics, which include the initial pressure of the primary waves, the observing distance and angle, as well as ambient temperature and relative humidity. By using a truncated Volterra series up to the 2nd-order kernel, numerical simulations are conducted to develop a system model with one group of parameters and examine the quadratic nonlinear intensity for different parameters’ settings. Experimental measurements, which take into account of emitter’s response, are carried out to verify the modeling result and evaluate the model performance. Based on the Volterra system model, the sound pressure level and the harmonic distortion can be accurately predicted.
ISSN: 0003-682X
DOI: 10.1016/j.apacoust.2012.03.007
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