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Performance Analysis and Design of FxLMS Algorithm in Broadband ANC System With Online Secondary-Path Modeling

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2 Author(s)
Shing-Chow Chan ; SAR, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China ; Yijing Chu

The filtered-x LMS (FxLMS) algorithm has been widely used in active noise control (ANC) systems, where the secondary path is usually estimated online by injecting auxiliary noises. In such an ANC system, the ANC controller and the secondary-path estimator are coupled with each other, which make it difficult to analyze the performance of the entire system. Therefore, a comprehensive performance analysis of broadband ANC systems is not available currently to our best knowledge. In this paper, the convergence behavior of the FxLMS algorithm in broadband ANC systems with online secondary-path modeling is studied. Difference equations which describe the mean and mean square convergence behaviors of the adaptive algorithms are derived. Using these difference equations, the stability of the system is analyzed. Finally, the coupled equations at the steady state are solved to obtain the steady-state excess mean square errors (EMSEs) for the ANC controller and the secondary-path estimator. Computer simulations are conducted to verify the agreement between the simulated and theoretically predicted results. Moreover, using the proposed theoretical analysis, a systematic and simple design procedure for ANC systems is proposed. The usefulness of the theoretical results and design procedure is demonstrated by means of a design example.

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Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )