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Sound Source Localization A Blackfin 533 DSP Application by Jordan Arnold Adam Hanafi
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Objectives To create a program capable of the following: Determining the angle of incidence of a source sound using two-microphone input Play back sound at any perceived angle using multiple speaker output Record a played sound and its angle(s) over a reasonable duration And to integrate these three functions, to record and playback sound with position.
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Program Setup: This program requires the use of two microphones, which must be connected to the two input channels of the board. Only the left input channels are used for input It also requires the use of three speakers, which are connected to channel 0 left, channel 0 right, and channel 1 left.
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Program Interface: Control of the program functions is achieved through the use of the four buttons, PF8-11. PF8 starts the system calibration. This accounts for any delay inherent to the setup, and should be run before any recording is performed. A test sound must be played at 90 degrees to the two microphones, after which the LEDs will light
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