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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Implementation Of Least Mean Square Algorithm Using Arduino & Simulink

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AUTHOR(S)

Mohcin Mekhfioui, Rachid Elgouri, Amal Satif, Meryem Moumouh, Laamari Hlou

 

KEYWORDS

Least Mean Square, Arduino Due, Matlab/Simulink, Real Time Workshop.

 

ABSTRACT

In this work, the least mean square (LMS) filter module is modeled, implemented and verified on a low-cost microcontroller to eliminate acoustic noise, which is a problem in voice communications. The main objective of this paper is to implement the module on an autonomous Arduino Due board in real-time, taking advantage of the low computational cost and ease of implementation through Matlab/Simulink programming. In the experimental application, the results of the implementation phase verify that the behavior of the implemented module is similar to the Simulink model.

 

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