Spatial aliasing artifacts produced by linear loudspeaker arrays used for wave field synthesis

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Author(s): Spors S
Publication year: 2006
Language: English


Abstract

Spatial sound reproduction systems with a large
number of loudspeakers are increasingly being used. Wave field
synthesis is a reproduction system using a large number of
densely placed loudspeakers (loudspeaker array). This implies
a spatial sampling process that may lead to aliasing artifacts.
This paper derives the spatial aliasing artifacts of linear
loudspeaker arrays used for wave field synthesis and an antialiasing condition.


How to cite

APA:
Spors, S. (2006). Spatial aliasing artifacts produced by linear loudspeaker arrays used for wave field synthesis. In Proceedings of the Second IEEE-EURASIP International Symposium on Control, Communication, and Signal Processing. Marrakech, MA.

MLA:
Spors, Sascha. "Spatial aliasing artifacts produced by linear loudspeaker arrays used for wave field synthesis." Proceedings of the Second IEEE-EURASIP International Symposium on Control, Communication, and Signal Processing, Marrakech 2006.

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