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Implementation of Multichannel Digital Hearing Aid Algorithm Development Platform using Simulink
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Implementation of Multichannel Digital Hearing Aid Algorithm Development Platform using Simulink
Byun, Jun; Min, Ji-hwan; Cha, Tae-hwan; Ji, You-na; Park, Young-cheol;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we implement the development platform of multichannel digital hearing aid algorithm using Simulink provided by Matlab. The digital hearing aids are considered medical devices designed to compensate for hearing loss, they need to be correctly selected, to help a person who has difficulty in hearing. The development platform that implemented in this paper, includes WOLA filterbank for analysis/synthesis of input signal, Wide dynamic range compression for hearing loss compensation and adaptive filter for feedback cancellation. Using the development platform, algorithm parameters for each block can be set depending on the hearing aid user. Thus it is possible to test the algorithm before the machine language. As a result, the time for algorithm development can be saved and performance and computational complexity can be optimized.
 Keywords
Adaptive feedback canceller;Digital hearing aid;Simulink;Wide dynamic range compression;Hearing loss;
 Language
Korean
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