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Filter to Cancel Noise

  1. Oct 22, 2004 #1
    I need help in cancelling microphone noise... im just not sure whether or not i should use a lowpass filter... can anyone give me help?

    i want to use the filter command along with fir1... but i dont understand how to use them... i couldnt figure out how to customize the filter coefficients that would effectively remove the noise in our recorded signal... am i going in the right direction?

    any hepl would be greatly appreciated... our thesis is in dire need of a digital filter... i know this is quite simple but the logic just simply doesnt want to see eye to eye with me...
     
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  3. Oct 23, 2004 #2
    Maybe bandpass, the mic sometimes picks up low freq garbage like breath and/or wind. Try low freq about 300 hz and high at 4 khz. You will have to read the help file to set coef. Good luck.
     
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