I'm using the AEC component in PurePath and I want to test it with differents design properties and check which is the best combination..I'd like to know what measures can I use to compare the differents configurations. I've read about convergence time, residual echo level...but I don't know how calculate them. Could anyone help me?
Hi Fran Gimeno,
Application note "AIC3254 Acoustic Echo Cancellation Application Note.pdf" explains the AEC operation and tuning.
It can found at <PPS Installation Directory>\PurePath Studio Portable Audio\ApplicationNotes\AIC3254 Acoustic Echo Cancellation Application Note.pdf
I am having trouble finding the above pdf. Can you please include the link?
Please try the path below as this application note is only available through the PurePath Studio Download.
The default directory is:C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments Inc\PurePath Studio Portable Audio\ApplicationNotes
Let me know if this helps!
Brian P. Burk
Analog Applications Engineer
Dallas, TX USA
I can not find the application note in pure path(now I use V1.3), could you help to sent me the application note in PDF file firstname.lastname@example.org?
Just a quick comment, please note the difference between PurePath Wireless Configurator and PurePath Studio.
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