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|Title:||PSO based adaptive narrowband ANC algorithm without the use of synchronization signal and secondary path estimate|
|Keywords:||Active noise control|
Conditional freezing particle swarm optimization (CFPSO)
Particle swarm optimization (PSO)
|Abstract:||Narrowband active noise control (ANC) conventionally uses the waveform synthesis method in which a synchronization signal is essential. In addition to this, to update the parameters of the controller, prior estimation of the secondary path is required. Any mismatch in the frequency of the synchronization signal and the secondary path estimate compared to actual leads to a degraded performance in noise control. In this paper, a new type of narrowband ANC algorithm is proposed which requires neither the synchronization signal nor the secondary path estimate for controller tuning. Therefore, the algorithm is free from the effect of the change in the source frequency and the secondary path transfer function. The proposed adaptive algorithm is based on a non-gradient type optimization algorithm named as particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm. Through exhaustive computer based simulation, it has been demonstrated that the algorithm is not only capable to control a monotone noise but also efficiently control a multi-tone noise. The algorithm, due to its adaptive nature, is also capable of tracking the change in amplitude and frequency of the noise as well as, the change in the characteristics of primary and secondary paths. � 2018 Elsevier Ltd|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Publications|
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