A Dynamic GUI Platform for Bluetooth Automotive Application Voice Communication Package

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  • 2018-01-0023

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  • 2018-04-03
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In this paper, a reconfigurable object oriented simulator is proposed to analyze the performance of Bluetooth Voice Communication Package (VCP) for telecom purposes like hands-free vehicular communication. It consists of a graphical user interface (GUI) for research or validation engineers to investigate system specific performance. For example, a research engineer can utilize this GUI to analyze a system performance using different noise reduction filtering techniques in vehicular hands-free applications. Also, a validation engineer can utilize this GUI to evaluate vehicular Bluetooth audio quality for different vehicles at different driving conditions (e.g. speeds, fan levels, etc.). The proposed Bluetooth VCP model consists of modules like Audio Equalization (EQ), Acoustic Echo Canceler (AEC) and Noise Suppression (NS). This dynamic GUI platform provides the scope to add and analyze new proposed filtering techniques. Real time data samples are collected from different vehicles so they can be tested in search of an optimal solution. The results of the analysis are displayed in various plot models, reports the total simulation time, and the user can listen to the different input/output audio files to compare the differences in sound quality.
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